Did Orlando Bloom give fiancée Katy Perry an engagement ring with the same design as the one he gave Miranda Kerr? Side-by-side photos of the singer's and supermodel's bling have sparked speculations that the "Lord of the Rings" actor may be a one trick pony when it comes to proposing and giving rings.

When he proposed to Kerr back in June 2010, Bloom, 42, gave the Victoria's Secret supermodel, 35, a ring that featured a single stone in the middle surrounded by smaller diamonds. The flower-shaped jewelry piece came with a yellow gold band.

Many have noted that it looks very similar to Perry's new ring, which the actor put on her finger when he proposed this Valentine's Day. The "Roar" singer's engagement bling also had a flower shape, though the bloom design was more pronounced. It featured a pink stone in the center, with eight smaller diamonds surrounding it. The ring also came with a yellow gold band.

Ritani vice president and diamond expert Josh Marion recently talked about the jewelry, estimating that Perry's bling would be worth anywhere between $500,000 to $5 million.

“This one-of-a-kind ruby or a vivid pink ring appears to be approximately two carats and is surrounded by eight half-carat diamonds that accentuate this precious gem,” Marion told Us Weekly of Perry's engagement ring. “I would insure this ring for at least a half a million dollars if it’s truly a ruby. If it’s a vivid pink diamond, it would be worth around $5 million.”

But despite their similarities, Bloom's ring for Perry may not be intended to look similar to the one he gave Kerr years ago. Marion noted that the floral design may be common among aristocracy as it "is a symbol of high-society and royalty. It is a vintage, traditional British look.”

Aside from Kerr's engagement ring, Perry's jewelry also seemed to look similar to Kate Middleton's and Princess Eugenie's engagement rings. 

In addition, Perry's ring seems to be unique enough due to its coloring, the pink and gold reflecting the singer's flashy, exuberant personality.

Andrew Brown, president of WP Diamonds, also told E! News that Perry's ring, which he also estimated to be "in the range of $5 million," is truly unique.

"What looks to be a 4-carat fancy vivid pink oval-shaped diamond arranged with eight white diamonds around it to assemble a flower 'in bloom' - this ring is truly one-of-a-kind and wildly valuable," he commented.