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The Women Of Hollywood Are Luminous In Gold At The 71st Golden Globe Awards

Glamour and Gold Abounded on Hollywood's Elite Leading Ladies

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Gold ruled on this year's Golden Globes red carpet. Earrings- from demure to dangly, unique necklaces, serious gold bangles and cuffs, and gold cocktail rings were the reigning jewelry styles.

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Gold earrings in all styles framed many a lovely face this year. Golden Globe winner Elisabeth Moss chose geometric Jennifer Meyer yellow gold and diamond triple drop triangle earrings along with a gold ring and bracelet. Fifties-style gold and diamond button earrings showed up on both Michelle Dockery, who wore a rose gold Bulgari floral pair with matching ring, and Melissa McCarthy, who donned a vintage gold pair from Neil Lane.

Gorgeous Lupita Nyong'o was statuesque in a red caped column dress, gold set diamond studs, two show-stopping yellow gold and diamond rings from Fred Leighton and in the gold statement of the night- a solid rose gold clutch from Monica Rich Kosann.

Golden Globe winner Amy Adams channeled her Seventies' character from American Hustle with a long gold chain ending in a diamond pendant to accent her deep v neckline and paired it with bold gold set rings and earrings- all from Lorraine Schwartz. Naomi Watts, on the other end of the spectrum, wore a gold and diamond collar necklace along with a classic gold Serpenti bracelet from Bulgari.

Imposing gold bracelets were gleaming accessories of the night. Emilia Clarke piled on three gold bangles from Sydney Garber along with gold and diamond feather earrings.  And Julia Louis-Dreyfuss went the vintage route with an Etruscan gold bracelet married with Victorian dangling gold pendant earrings from Fred Leighton.

Celebrities that wore gold jewelry to the 71stGolden Globe Awards this year include:

AMY ADAMS–Lorraine Schwartz yellow gold 30 ct diamond pendant, yellow gold rose cut diamond ring, yellow gold white diamond pave ruby ring, yellow gold ruby ring, and yellow gold asscher cut diamond earrings.

AMY POEHLERKarla Welch for Jacob & Co. yellow gold geometric cuff.

ELISABETH MOSSJennifer Meyer yellow gold and pave diamond triple drop triangle earrings, yellow gold ring, and yellow gold bracelet.

EMILIA CLARKESidney Garber yellow gold bangles and yellow gold and diamond feather earrings.

GEORGE KOTSIOPOULOSNeil Lane yellow gold vintage cuff links and Baume & Mercier yellow gold watch.

JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUSFred Leighton pair of Victorian antique gold and pearl pendant earrings and a 19th Century Etruscan yellow gold and pearl bracelet.

KALEY CUOCOCarla Amorim rose gold and diamond bracelet and Ivy rose gold diamond and spinel earrings and ring.

KELLY OSBOURNE –H. Stern yellow gold earrings and H. Stern yellow gold rings.

LESLIE MANNNeil Lane black onyx and gold earrings and a gold and jade bracelet.

LUPITA NYONG'O Fred Leighton yellow gold diamond studs, vintage yellow gold and diamond cocktail rings, and a vintage yellow gold and diamond pinky ring with a solid rose gold clutch from Monica Rich Kosann.

MARIA MENOUNOSJennifer Fisher yellow gold and diamond spike earrings, yellow gold and diamond spike ring, yellow gold and rose gold hexagonal rings, and two yellow gold nail cuffs with pave diamonds.

MELISSA McCARTHY–Neil lane colored diamond and gold dome ring and diamond and yellow gold spiral earrings.

MERYL STREEP Fred Leighton 19th Century horn and gold inlay earrings and 19th Century gold chain necklace.

MICHELLE DOCKERY – Bulgari rose gold and diamond flower earrings and a Bulgari rose gold and diamond cocktail ring.

NAOMI WATTS – Bulgari yellow gold serpenti double coil bracelet and yellow gold and diamond necklace.

SOSIE BACONNeil Lane diamond and pink gold studs, diamond and gold ring, and a diamond and gold bangle.

ZOOEY DESCHANELFred Leighton vintage yellow gold and pearl earrings.

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