There are few things as thrilling to a lady as a gorgeous diamond ring, and there's no doubt that there are some doozies in Yossi Dina's collection. In anticipation of the brand new episodes of Beverly Hills Pawn that kick off on REELZ Wednesday, November 6th, we thought we needed to celebrate one of our favorite pieces of jewelry. So here they are: the shiniest, bling-iest, scariest, and toughest rings in movie history.
10. The Power Ring from Green Lantern
A ring that can create physical manifestations of anything we imagine? Yes, please. Make this happen, technology.
9. Boxing Ring from Rocky IV
Platinum and diamonds are pretty tough, but only one ring had the strength to contain both Sly Stallone and Dolph Lundgren.
8. SPECTRE Ring
A creepy octopus ring is always fairly cool, but the quintessential Bond villain, Ernst Blofeld, wears the SPECTRE ring like nobody else.
7. The Rings from Sweet Home Alabama
In this case, it's not one particular ring that caught our eye, but instead it's the multitude of Tiffany engagement rings that found a place on our list.
6. Clue's Doorbell
In the 125 years of movie history, there have been countless doorbells rung on the big screen, but one stands out among all the others. We have determined that the doorbell ring in the 1985 board-game flick Clue reigns supreme.
5. The Ring
In terms of creepy, haunting, and scary movie rings, 2002's The Ring definitely takes the cake.
4. Marvolo Gaunt's Ring from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
We don't want to own this one ourselves, but a piece of jewelry that once contained 1/8 of Lord Voldemort's soul is one tough accessory.
3. "Ring of Fire"
Walk the Line is one of our favorite biopics, and even though it burns burns burns, "Ring of Fire" is one movie "Ring" that we want to enjoy over and over again.
2. The One Ring from The Lord of the Rings
Galadriel passed on the chance to be the owner of the one ring, but we wouldn't mind taking a stab at controlling all of Middle Earth.
1.The Telephone Ring from Scream
There is only one ring on the list that made us ignore a jingling phone when a number we didn't recognize popped up on the Caller ID. That's why the phone from Scream delivers the top movie ring of all time.