Celebrity Jewelry Make the Cut

Sterling Canyon reports on the jewelry, particularly Silver and Gold necklaces and earrings worn by Hollywood’s fabs.  Many pieces reported here are similar to those offered by Sterling Canyon. This report as seen in National Jewelry and reported by Hannah Connorton has fun written all over it.

  Although awards season has ended, the arrival of spring calls for its own red carpet events–movie and television premieres, charity events, even a high-profile political dinner–and a chance for the stars to debut their newest, most glamorous baubles.

Blue-toned jewels are continuing to be a favorite in celebrity jewelry, with pink and yellow hues spotted as well. Long drop earrings and vibrant cocktail rings remain a staple with the stars, both with gemstones and large or pavé diamonds.

Here’s the best in celebrity jewelry seen in the past month.

Carmen Electra (below) wore a bevy of Isharya jewelry to her 40th birthday party, held at the Crazy Horse III in Las Vegas this month. Electra wore the brand’s gemstone Libra earrings in labradorite and green chalcedony ($375), Nile Nymph Libra necklace with blue chalcedony ($458) and Lotus resin ring ($135).

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Kelly Osbourne wore Vanessa Leu’s 18-karat black gold ring with red rutilated quartz and black pavé diamonds (below, $12,800) to a BritWeek benefit for the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles this month.

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Ivanka Trump (below) wore her own signature oval diamond earrings and pavé diamond oval link bracelet, both in 18-karat white gold, to the 98th Annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner on April 28.

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Elizabeth Hurley (below) wore Tresor’s Mosaico rose quartz and gold micron earrings ($625) to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation’s 2012 Hot Pink Party at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City on April 30.

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Cameron Diaz wore Kimberly McDonald’s opal and brown diamond ring set in 18-karat rose gold (below) to press appearances for the film What to Expect When You’re Expecting in Los Angeles.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus (below) attended the premiere of the HBO show Veep wearing geode diamond-shaped five-stone earrings ($5,200) and a 24-karat gold and crystal Zen square ring ($3,100) by Pippa Small Jewellery.

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American Idol contestant Joshua Ledet wore a Christian Tse zultanite watch (below) while performing on the show.

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Elise Testone, another American Idol contestant, wore Christian Tse’s blue slice sapphire earrings (below, top) and Erica Courtney’s 18-karat gold and diamond yellow beryl Sunburst ring (below, bottom) while performing on the show.

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Leighton Meester (below) wore Harry Winston’s platinum and diamond feather ring to the grand opening of the designer’s Shanghai Pavilion, the largest Harry Winston salon in the world, last month.

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Viola Davis wore De Beers’ 18-karat yellow gold oval diamond bangle with yellow diamond pavé (below, $5,200) to the 98th Annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

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Jaime King (below) wore the Pearl Collective’s black freshwater pearl Spike earrings while out in New York City on May 6 and 7.

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Susan Foster’s handmade yellow and gray double diamond slice drop necklace trimmed with black diamond micro pavé (below, $14,000) was recently featured on Gossip Girl’s April 30th episode.

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Scarlett Johansson wore Van Cleef & Arpels’ “Volutes” between-the-finger diamond ring, set in 18-karat white gold, to the premiere of The Avengers.
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