From Natalie Portman’s statement necklace to Catherine Zeta Jones’ drop earrings, Hollywood’s leading ladies chose to celebrate their accomplishments in platinum jewelry at the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards, informed Platinum Guild International today, Jan. 17.[ Also Read: Hollywood Stars Prefer Platinum Wedding Rings ]
Following is a list of stars that celebrated tonight’s achievements in Platinum:
Natalie Portman: Platinum and diamond necklace, and platinum and diamond stud earrings by Tiffany & Co.[ Also Read: Paramount Coming with No Strings Attached ]
Halle Berry: Platinum and diamond stud earrings (3.03 carats), and 5 platinum and diamond bracelets by Harry Winston.
Jennifer Lopez: Platinum and diamond cluster earrings, platinum and diamond hair pin, platinum and diamond cuff, and a platinum and diamond ring (7.06 carats) by Harry Winston.[ Also Read: Jennifer Lopez to Promote L’Oreal Paris ]
Scarlett Johansson: Platinum and diamond bracelet from 1920 (22.48 carats), platinum and diamond bracelet from 1930, platinum and diamond hair clips from 1934, and platinum and diamond stud earrings by Van Cleef & Arpels.
Megan Fox: Platinum earrings and ring by Lorraine Schwartz.
January Jones: Platinum and diamond earrings (7 carats), and platinum and diamond bracelets by Neil Lane.[ Also Read: Get Ready to Meet Single Ladies ]
Catherine Zeta Jones: Platinum and diamond earrings (26.8 carats), platinum and diamond bracelet (14.87 carats), and a platinum and diamond ring (7.2 carats) by Van Cleef & Arpels.
Michelle Williams: Vintage platinum and diamond stud earrings by Fred Leighton.
Lea Michele: Platinum earrings, bracelets and ring by Lorraine Schwartz.[ Also Read: DreamWorks to Capture Monkeys of Bollywood ]
Claire Danes: Platinum and diamond drop earrings (3 carats) by Fred Leighton.
Julia Ormond: Platinum jewelry by Lorraine Schwartz.
Eva Longoria: Platinum and diamond brooches, and platinum and diamond stud earrings (5 carats) by Neil Lane.[ Also Read: MTV Ropes in Hot Eva Longoria to Heat up Madrid ]
Elisabeth Moss: Platinum earrings, and platinum ring by Lorraine Schwartz.
Annette Bening: Platinum earrings and bracelet by Lorraine Schwartz.
Tina Fey: Platinum earrings, bracelet and ring by Lorraine Schwartz.[ Also Read: Johnny Depp Shines the Most among Stars ]
Amy Adams: Platinum and diamond ring by Cartier.
Camilla Belle: Platinum and diamond bracelet from 1924 (12.50 carats) by Cartier.
Christina Hendricks: Platinum and diamond earrings (20 carats), and 2 platinum and diamond bracelets (200 carats) by Chopard.[ Also Read: Most and Least Favorite Celeb Baby Names of 2010 ]
Helen Mirren: Platinum and diamond necklace (55.08 carats), and a platinum and diamond bracelet by Cartier.
Christina Aguilera: Platinum rings and earrings by Lorraine Schwartz.
Edie Falco: Platinum earrings from the 1930’s with diamonds and onyx, 2 platinum and diamond bracelets, and a platinum and diamond ring by Fred Leighton.
According to Platinum Guild International, Platinum is the ideal choice for bridal and fashion 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.[ Also Read: Celebs Join Hands to Combat Hunger in the U.S. ]
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.
In the picture above: Natalie Portman has celebrated two momentous occasions with enduring platinum jewelry – her recent engagement to Benjamin Millepied and her first Golden Globe win.
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