Good lord, star-crossed lovers can now propose with their very own Tardis-inspired engagement ring

Good lord, star-crossed lovers can now propose with their very own Tardis-inspired engagement ring

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14:28 GMT, 15 August 2012

Like Doctor Who, love has no boundaries, and now fans of the series can say I do-vian in sci-fi style with the help of a Tardis-inspired engagement ring.

Made of diamonds and sapphires the ring is inspired by the Doctor's boxy, blue time travelling machine and is perfect for uber fans wanting to pledge their love across time and space.

Created by an American jeweller and Doctor Who fan Gino Arizmendi the designs started out as simple diamond only pieces but demand from other die-hard Doctor fans have seen the collection expand and the jewellery designer is now working on a man's wedding band to complement the engagement ring.

True blue: Tardis inspired ring by Gino Arizmendi

True blue: Tardis inspired ring by Gino Arizmendi

American jeweller and 'Whovian' Gino Arizmendi designed the ring for romantic Dr Who fans

Prices for the intergalactic-inspired pieces start at 240 ($380) for a Stirling Silver ring set with Cubic Zirconium and go up to 6345 ($9950)

Prices for the intergalactic-inspired pieces start at 240 ($380) for a Stirling Silver ring set with Cubic Zirconium and go up to 6345 ($9950)

True blue: Tardis inspired ring by Gino Arizmendi

True blue: Tardis inspired ring by Gino Arizmendi

The designer intends to expand the collection to include a man's wedding ring in a similar style

Prices for the intergalactic-inspired pieces start at 240 ($380) for a Stirling Silver ring set with Cubic Zirconium.

And a top of the range 14-carat gold band with a one-carat Princess Cut diamond set with 30 points in diamonds, 16 baguettes, and 6 rounds for a total diamond weight of 1.30-carat will set romantic TV fans back an out-of-this-world 6345 ($9950).

The inspiration: The old-fashioned blue police box that the Doctor and his sidekicks use to travel the universe

The inspiration: The old-fashioned blue police box that the Doctor and his sidekicks use to travel the universe