Beyoncé gives a ring she received from her husband Jay-Z at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The jewelry comes to lie there between other jewels worn by distinguished persons.


It is the Papillon ring, a jewel in the shape of a butterfly designed by the British Glenn Spiro, writes the British newspaper The Guardian. The wings of the butterfly are made of titanium and inlaid with tsavorite, a rare species of grenade.

The ring will be exhibited in the William and Judith Bollinger jewelery gallery, which includes more than three thousand jewels. These include jewels worn by Catherine the Great and the British Queen Elizabeth I.

“As a museum, we are proud to represent the personal style of a personality like Beyoncé, and we are honored to receive a gift from her collection.”