Cinema jewelry

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Today we talk about jewelry, the kind that we fell in love with on screen either for its beauty or meaning. Do you want to know the most emblematic jewels in the history of cinema?

'The heart of the ocean' in Titanic :

A spectacular piece with a brilliant blue diamond in the shape of a heart. The movie necklace was a replica made of zirconia and white gold, but Asprey & Garrard was later commissioned to make one with a 170-carat blue sapphire and diamonds. It is valued today at 4 million dollars.

Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) en la película Titanic de 1997

'The One Ring' from The Lord of the Rings :

a fantastic ring with its inscription “One Ring to rule them all. One Ring to find them, one Ring to draw them all and bind them in darkness.” Hard to forget. The diamonds in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: unforgettable Marilyn Monroe singing “Diamonds are a woman's best friend.”

Pretty Woman's ruby ​​necklace:

A necklace with 23 pear-shaped rubies surrounded by diamonds created by French jeweler Fred Joailler.

The cameo from Gone with the Wind:

The brooch that Vivien Leigh was wearing was a piece that belonged to the costume designer's mother. It was made of gold and the image represented a human figure flying on a bird.

The Moulin Rouge diamond necklace:

It is the one worn by Nicole Kidman and is the most expensive piece of jewelry made for a movie. It has 1,308 hand-set diamonds.

The necklace in Breakfast at Tiffany's:

A four-strand necklace with 120 pearls with a diamond clasp in the center designed by Tiffany & Co.

The earring from Girl with a Pearl Earring:

drop-shaped pearl earrings, around which the film's plot revolves and which are based on the original painting Vermeer and his famous portrait 'Girl with a Pearl Earring'.

The engagement ring from Sex and the City:

5-carat black diamond mounted on a white gold ring with 80 pavé diamonds . Marvelous!

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