Drake’s $77,000 diamond ring is a sweet tribute to his son Adonis

When it comes to jewelry, Drake doesn’t just get away with it.

While the rapper is known for his incredible collection of bling-out pieces, his latest diamond ring might be our favorite for its sentimental significance.

The Grammy winner recently received some serious new bling from restaurateur Kai Bent-Lee, according to TMZ, and it also came with a serious prize.

Celebrity jeweler Alex Moss has shared details of the “lucky number 11 ring” with the outlet, revealing that the $77,000 ball – which took two months to make – is 14-karat gold and includes 15 .7 carats of stunning VVS DF diamonds.

Featuring an owl face with wings that wrap around to form the band of the ring (a nod to Drake’s OVO brand), the piece of jewelry also holds deep personal meaning for the rapper.

Drake's Owl Ring
The rapper’s owl-themed bauble also nods to his OVO brand.

While Drake’s 4-year-old son, Adonis, lives in Paris with his mother, Sophie Brussaux, he’s never far from his famous dad’s heart. The ring features a large number 11, which is a nod to the toddler’s October 11, 2017 birthday.

The Canadian rapper first confirmed he was a father in the lyrics to his 2018 album, “Scorpion.” He finally shared photos of Adonis on social media in 2020, and since then his son has become a regular star on Drake’s Instagram.

Drake's Owl Ring
The wrapped wings of the bird form the band of the ring.

This isn’t the first time the superstar has added owl-themed jewelry to her collection. In 2018, he purchased a 100-carat diamond bird pendant from jeweler Jason Arasheben, better known as Jason of Beverly Hills.

“The pendant was completed in six weeks and was sent to Drake in a custom birdcage that housed the diamond owl,” Arasheben told Highsnobiety at the time.

Of course, Drake also sports a huge owl tattoo on his chest, so his new custom ring will fit right in with his other feathered friends.

Drake and Adonis at a basketball game
Drake and Adonis attended a Toronto Raptors game together in February 2022.
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