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The school teacher's looking to use her "newfound publicity" for good, splitting the highest bid evenly between two charities: Project Growing Up and Mental Health Foundation NZ.
In her TradeMe ad, Lee explains she "didn't find love more than the platonic kind" during her stint on the show, but maintains the jewelry she was gifted shouldn't go to waste.
The 25-year-old reassures potential bidders that "contrary to popular stigma associated with wedding rings, it will only provide you with good luck as it was mostly worn as a friendship ring."
Despite having split up with her on-screen match Fraser Pearce at the end of the show, Lee is convinced the ring could be useful in someone else's romantic pursuits.
"Contrary to popular stigma associated with wedding rings, it will only provide you with good luck as it was mostly worn as a friendship ring," she writes.
"It's a good conversation starter, especially if you want to get with a cute single from MAFS (eg. Fraser but like, don't be a creep about it)."
The diamond set wedding ring was made by Diamonds on Richmond, and is 9 carat white gold. The retail cost is, $1950.
The current leading bid at time of writing is at $705, with the auction set to close on Sunday night.