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Celebrities Shine in Platinum Jewelry at the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards

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Hollywood’s biggest stars celebrated their achievements wearing platinum jewelry at the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards and related parties. Glamourous statement earrings and multiple bold rings were top the jewelry trends last night.

Drew Barrymore in Platinum at the Golden Globe Awards Kristen Bell in Platinum at the Golden Globe Awards

Platinum Guild International is pleased to share that leading red carpet jewelry brands such as Tiffany & Co., Neil Lane, and Harry Winston chose to style A-list celebrities in naturally white platinum settings that truly enhance the brilliance of diamonds and colored gemstones. Platinum jewelry is the choice accessory for celebrities to capture the most special, glamorous and memorable moments.


The following stars chose to wear platinum jewelry to celebrate their achievements:

Emma Stone in Platinum by Tiffany & Co.

  • Necklace with diamonds circa 1909, set in platinum

  • Earrings with diamonds, set in platinum ($10,500)

  • Two Jazz™ three-row diamond rings, set in platinum ($9,500)

Sienna Miller in Platinum by Tiffany & Co.

  • Earrings with mixed cut diamonds, set in platinum ($250,000)

Mandy Moore in Platinum by Neil Lane

  • Teardrop chandelier earrings with diamonds and kunzite (50 carats), set in platinum

  • Three row bracelet with diamonds, set in platinum

  • Panel ring featuring white and fancy pink diamonds, set in platinum

Naomie Harris in Platinum by Tiffany & Co.

  • Earrings with mixed cut diamonds, set in platinum ($140,000)

  • Ring with baguette and round brilliant diamonds, set in platinum ($55,000)

  • Schlumberger® Sixteen Stone ring with diamonds, set in platinum ($9,900)

  • Aria ring with diamonds, set in platinum ($14,000)

Natalie Portman in Platinum by Tiffany & Co.

  • Fringe earrings with pear-shaped and round brilliant diamonds, set in platinum ($135,000)

  • Archival bracelet with diamonds, set in platinum

  • Ring with white and yellow diamonds, set in platinum ($100,000)

Lily Collins in Platinum by Harry Winston

  • Vintage 1967 Winston cluster diamond drop earrings (8.94 carats), set in platinum

  • Winston cluster pear-shape diamond ring (3.7 carats), set in platinum

  • Sparkling cluster diamond ring (2.28 carats), set in platinum

  • Sunflower diamond twin ring (1.81 carats), set in platinum

Anna Kendrick in Platinum by Neil Lane

  • Wave ear crawlers with diamonds, set in platinum

  • Double rings with diamonds, set in platinum

  • Two straight line bracelets with solitaire and baguette diamonds, set in platinum

Drew Barrymore in Platinum by Harry Winston

* Wearing more than $2.5 million of platinum jewelry

  • Mrs. Winston diamond drop earrings (27.5 carats), set in platinum

  • Sparkling cluster diamond ring (2.35 carats), set in platinum

  • Emerald-cut diamond rock band (11.51 carats), set in platinum

  • Round brilliant and emerald-cut diamond band ring (2.04 carats), set in platinum

  • Lotus diamond ring (4.47 carats), set in platinum

  • Lotus cluster diamond ring (1.28 carats), set in platinum

  • South sea pearl and diamond ring (37.03) carats, set in platinum

  • Lily cluster diamond ring (.18 carats), set in platinum

Kristen Bell in Platinum by Harry Winston

* Wearing more than 115 carats of diamonds, set in platinum

  • Vintage 1963 three row diamond hoop earrings (42.54 carats), set in platinum

  • Secret combination diamond bracelet (68.57 carats), set in platinum

  • Stacked diamond band rings (4.25 carats total), set in platinum

  • Band ring with diamonds (2.64 carats), set in platinum

Viola Davis in Platinum by Harry Winston

* Wearing more than 90 carats of diamonds, set in platinum

  • Secret combination diamond hoop earrings (18.76 carats), set in platinum

  • Carpet diamond bracelet (74.22 carats), set in platinum

Thandie Newton in Platinum by Harry Winston

* Wearing more than 75 carats of diamonds, set in platinum

  • Vintage 1962 diamond earrings (11.84 carats), set in platinum

  • Bezel set fancy-shape diamond necklace (47.66 carats), set in platinum

  • Radiant-cut diamond band ring (5.25 carats), set in platinum

  • Round brilliant diamond band ring (4.04 carats), set in platinum

  • Round brilliant diamond band ring (6.52 carats), set in platinum

Evan Rachel Wood in Platinum by Neil Lane

  • Stud earrings with diamonds, set in platinum

  • Square ring with onyx, set in platinum

  • Large navette ring with diamonds, set in platinum

Gal Gadot in Platinum by Tiffany & Co.

  • Necklace with diamonds and black onyx, set in platinum ($165,000)

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.

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