"The Bachelorette" star Tayshia Adams found love on her dramatic season of the ABC series and her engagement ring could be one of the most extravagant ones in "The Bachelor" franchise's history.

Tayshia ended her season by getting engaged to contestant Zac Clark, even though they have continuously said they will be taking it slow and are in no rush to speed up their relationship.

During Tuesday night's Season 16 finale, Tayshia accepted a 3.25-carat, Neil Lane ring. The sparkler features an emerald-cut that’s surrounded with a 27 diamond round halo, plus another 67 round diamonds for a total of 95 diamonds on one ring, according to Page Six.

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Tayshia shows off her engagement ring on “The Bachelorette" finale. ABC/Craig Sjodin

Within the last few seasons of both “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette,” ring sizes and real-life prices have varied. Tayshia's ring appears to be in the running for one of the most expensive on the program to date based on its size and diamond count.

Clare Crawley, who was “The Bachelorette” for just four weeks in Season 16, received a hefty ring from her now-fiancé, too. The ring was estimated to be anywhere from four to five carats with a radiant cut diamond with two accent diamonds framing it on a platinum band. While not the biggest diamond on the show, it sure was one of the most expensive, ranging anywhere from $100k to $150K, Purewow estimated.

When Ben Higgins was “The Bachelor” in 2016, he chose a 4.25-carat, $100K Neil Lane ring to give to Lauren Bushnell, which, at the time, was the biggest diamond in franchise history, Brides.com reported.

It has been said that rings on the show usually cost anywhere from $60K to $150K.

Tayshia told Zac before he proposed, “There was one point in my life when I thought I would never get married, because of all the pain and the heartbreak I had been through, and I hit absolute rock bottom. I know that I told you that I love you, but...it's more than that."

The couple will be spending Christmas together in New York, but talk of moving in together hasn’t been announced yet they explained while on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday. A wedding is also a goal of theirs, but nowhere in the near future.

"The Bachelor" franchise continues on ABC on Jan. 4, 2021, with Matt James as the Season 25 lead.