|By PR Newswire||
|January 13, 2013 10:41 PM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Hollywood's biggest movie and television stars celebrated their achievements wearing platinum jewelry at the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards and related parties this evening.
From long drop earrings as seen on Amy Adams, to Julianne Moore's emerald pinky ring, Hollywood's leading actresses chose to showcase their jewels in naturally white platinum settings that truly enhance the brilliance of diamonds and colored gemstones. Platinum is the precious metal that never changes color nor fades. It's the ideal choice for life's most unforgettable moments.
Following is a list of stars who celebrated tonight's achievements in PLATINUM:
Katharine McPhee in Neil Lane
- Platinum earrings with diamonds and onyx
- Platinum ring with black and white diamonds
- Platinum link bracelet with black diamonds
Sofia Vergara in Lorraine Schwartz
- Platinum and diamond earrings
- Two platinum and diamond rings
Taylor Swift in Lorraine Schwartz
- Platinum drop earrings
Claire Danes in Lorraine Schwartz
- Platinum and diamond earrings
- Platinum and diamond ring
Lea Michele in Lorraine Schwartz
- Platinum and diamond bracelet
- Platinum earrings
Olivia Munn in Chopard
- Platinum and diamond collar necklace featuring over 250 round, marquise and pear-shaped diamonds (101 carats)
- Platinum and cushion-cut white diamond drop earrings on a French wire (3 carats)
Amy Adams in Tiffany & Co.
- Two platinum and diamond line bracelets ($35,000 each)
- Platinum and round, pear-shape and marquee cluster bracelet ($110,000)
- Platinum and diamond drop earrings ($280,000)
Jennifer Lawrence in Chopard
- Platinum and rose-cut white diamond cocktail ring (11 carats)
Catherine Zeta-Jones in Van Cleef & Arpels
- Platinum earrings featuring round, pear-shaped, heart-shaped, emerald-cut, marquise-cut and radiant-cut diamonds
- Art Deco platinum bracelet featuring baguette and square-cut diamonds
Julianne Moore in Bvlgari
- Platinum ring with emeralds (9.39 carats)
Amy Poehler in Chopard (red carpet)
- Platinum and diamond lariat necklace featuring round and asscher-cut white diamonds (83 carats)
- Platinum and white diamond stud earrings (10 carats)
Amy Poehler in Chopard (first stage look)
- Platinum earrings with trapeze and marquise-cut diamond clusters (22 carats) set in rose-cut diamond pave
- Platinum bracelet with emerald and marquise-cut diamonds (49 carats)
Kelly Osbourne in Jacob & Co. (red carpet)
- Platinum and emerald drop earrings featuring a floral post created with natural pearls and white diamonds (retail over $3 million)
- Platinum and Colombian emerald ring with a cushion-cut center stone surrounded by 9 carats of white pear and round cut diamonds
Tina Fey in Fred Leighton (red carpet)
- Platinum pendant earrings with old European cut diamonds and black enamel
- Art Deco platinum ring with jade and diamonds
Kerry Washington in Fred Leighton
- Platinum and rose-cut diamond invisible link bracelet
Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Fred Leighton
- Platinum ring with diamonds, ruby, and onyx
Megan Hilty in Fred Leighton
- Platinum and old European cut diamond drop earrings (5 carats each)
- Art Deco platinum and diamond link bracelet
- 1920's platinum and diamond bracelet
- 1920's platinum ring with ruby and diamonds
- Edwardian platinum ring with diamonds and rubies
Mayim Bialik in Erica Courtney
- Platinum, diamond and morganite drop earrings
About Platinum Jewelry
Platinum is the ideal choice for red carpet jewelry because it holds diamonds and precious gemstones more securely than any other metal. It is not only the highest quality metal, but its density makes it one of the most durable and enduring precious metals. Platinum is also naturally white, unlike white gold, which means it will not cast any tint onto a diamond or gemstone, allowing the stone's genuine color to sparkle brightly.
To view the latest fashion and bridal platinum jewelry designs, please visit www.preciousplatinum.com
SOURCE Platinum Guild International USA
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