Jewellery Pieces That Stole the Show on the Red Carpet

​Glittering arrangements of precious stones and rare metal stole the show during Hollywood’s awards season.

Bulgari High Jewellery sapphire and diamond necklace 

Nine cushion-shaped Sri Lankan sapphires sparkle from this exquisite high jewellery piece that Tina Fey wore to the Oscars. The Art Deco-inspired necklace also features 18 marquise diamonds, round brilliant-cut diamonds, trapezoidal and pavé diamonds set in platinum.

Tiffany & Co Tiffany Soleste ring

Cate Blanchett was a vision in pink at the Golden Globes, matching her pale pink silk dress with Tiffany Soleste rings rimmed with fancy vivid pink diamonds. At the centre of one ring is a cushion-cut white diamond surrounded by two rows of pink and white diamonds.

Nirav Modi Luminance bracelet

Drawing inspiration from shades of light, this diamond bracelet from Mumbai brand Nirav Modi uses a mélange of pear and marquise-shaped diamonds woven in a fluid pattern. The 18k white gold bracelet was worn by Kate Winslet at the Academy Awards.

Chopard High Jewellery emerald and diamond ring

Worn by Julianne Moore at the Oscars, the ring features a stunning 14.89-carat cushion-cut emerald surrounded by 1.64-carats of white diamonds and 0.67-carats of emeralds that shimmer alongside the 18k white gold band.

Harry Winston Secret Cluster diamond necklace

Able to be worn in several configurations, this extraordinary necklace was Charlize Theron’s jewellery of choice at the Academy Awards. The necklace is set in platinum with 530 diamonds weighing 81.85 carats.

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