From left to right: The President’s Gold Ring (left), the President’s Diamond Necklace, the President and First Lady’s Gold Rings, and the First Lady Diamond Necklaces.
The gold ring was made of a rare and precious stone called gilded iron, which is mined in China and is used for jewelry and coins.
President Trump signed a bill in April to expedite the process of obtaining the diamond ring.
He told a crowd in Ohio on April 26, “I just want you to know that this is not my ring, but I do want you and your family to know how much I appreciate you doing this for me.”
The White House has said it is planning to give away a total of five to 10 gold rings over the next five years.
It has also said it will provide up to $1 million for the project.
Last week, Trump signed another executive order that included a new program for expediting the approval process for the purchase of the diamond rings, according to the White House.
Under the order, Trump is to provide a list of five candidates for approval of the purchase, including a government agency.
“The president will provide a written explanation to the agencies about why he believes these options are appropriate for the president and the administration, and will provide the agencies with a proposal by February 13, 2018,” the order said.
ABC News has reached out to Trump’s personal staff for comment on the issue.
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