Steven Universe diamond engagement ring: What you need to know
It’s a diamond engagement band that you can wear at home.
Steven Universe is one of the most popular Cartoon Network shows on television and the show is a huge hit in its home country of the United States.
In its latest episode, Steven Universe Season 3, episode 722, Steven finds himself in the Steven Universe Universe universe where he is trapped in a giant stone body with a diamond ring.
The ring that Steven wears is made of diamond and is shaped like the moon.
The ring is an adorable piece of jewelry that was created by Steven and is inspired by the moon and the star of the show.
The Steven Universe ring is one the most expensive pieces of jewelry in the show, and it costs about $1,000 USD, which is almost $7,000 AUD.
It is the most extravagant diamond engagement rings in the series.
The diamond ring comes with a metal frame that is lined with diamonds and a diamond stud on the outside.
There is also a diamond inside the stud.
The stud is actually a tiny bit of the moon on the inside of the ring.
There are two diamonds inside the ring, but only one of them is a real diamond.
The gemstone is not a real gemstone, so it is called an achromatic gemstone.
This is a type of gemstone that is naturally formed in nature.
Steven says it is like a mirror.
The gemstone looks like a tiny mirror reflection off of the surface of the gemstone so it can show you a little bit of what the gem is like.
The stud is the little hole in the inside ring where the gems is inside.
The hole in each side of the stud is what allows the diamonds to shine.
The gems on the top of the diamonds have different colorations that make the gem even more beautiful.
There is also another tiny bit on the underside of the diamond.
It has a diamond shaped piece of glass on top of it that gives the gem a diamond-like shine.
The Diamond Ring in Steven Universe has been designed by artist Matthew Wigfield.
In the episode where Steven meets the moon in the first episode, the diamond ring is on display in the back of Steven Universe’s set.