2Pac’s Crown Ring Going Up for Auction

Later this month, Sotheby’s is set to auction off Tupac Shakur’s heavily bejeweled crown ring, famously worn at the 1996 VMA’s.

Upon his engagement to Kidada Jones, Tupac designed the crown ring himself. The entire ring is made of gold with a shimmering king’s crown adorned on the top. The crown design sits on the diamond-covered ring band, and proudly displays three larger gemstones. The main gemstones are two pavé-cut diamonds & a cabochon ruby. Inside the band of the ring, there is also a unique inscription that reads “Pac & Dada 1996.”

This is not Sotheby’s first experience auctioning off an item that belonged to 2Pac. Earlier this year, some of his personal memorabilia, poetry and even love letters were auctioned off. Shakur’s iconic red bandana was also a part of the auction at Gotta Have Rock and Roll. His personal items have been valued around $350,000.

The auction for 2Pac’s ring will open online on July 18th and is set to close on July 25th. The ring is expected to sell for anywhere between $200,000-$300,000.

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