The ring — with its 16.2-carat center rock and two 1.8-carat side stones — went for $620,000, according to Us Weekly. With auction fees and mark-up tacked on, the winning bidder dropped $749,000 total. That's quite a bit more than the pre-auction estimated price of $300,000-$500,000 (bidding opened at $200,000).
Humphries, who now plays for the Boston Celtics, was "very pleased with the final result," his rep told E! News. According to the auction catalog, a portion of the proceeds will go to charity.
Kim quietly gave the ring back to Kris more than a year ago, a source told Us back in September. The couple's divorce, which came after 72 days of wedded bliss that ended on
Kardashian, of course, has since moved on with