When news first broke that outgoing Apple designer John Ive – responsible for iconic designs from the iMac to the iPhone – was coupling with revered industrial designer Marc Newson to craft a bespoke ring entirely made of diamond, it caused an understandable stir. The one-off masterpiece was auctioned off for charity through Sotheby’s in December 2018 – long before the custom-made piece was even near complete. A total of US$256,250 was raised from an anonymous buyer towards Red HIV/Aids programmes in Africa and Chicago. Now for the first time it is clear that the ring – understood to have been crafted to fit the buyer’s finger-size – finally exists, with the first photo revealed to the public. 4 things you should know about Apple’s new AirPods Created alongside Diamond Foundry, the finished ring reflects the blueprint, with 2,000 to 3,000 facets – never before seen on a single piece. “This is more than just a ring,” said Red chief operating officer Jennifer Lotito. “It’s a thing of absolute beauty and sustainability which is going to save lives. We’re so grateful to Jony, Marc and Diamond Foundry for delivering exquisite design and craft to help end Aids.” Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter. This article originally appeared on Luxurylaunches .