One of the most exciting parts of seeing a new film is taking in the spectacle and splendour of the costume design – particularly when it comes to the jewellery. Here are a few of our favourite pieces from movies past and present.

Titanic: The Heart of the Ocean necklace

The Heart of the Ocean necklace was an integral part of the plot for the film Titanic, and it frequently tops the lists of the most beautiful pieces of film jewellery ever made. It was created by London based jewellers Asprey and Garrad, who used a blue cubic zirconium stone set in luxurious white gold. This gorgeous necklace sparkles around Kate Winslet’s neck throughout many of the film’s key scenes.

Pretty Woman: The diamond and ruby necklace

The diamond and ruby necklace that Richard Gere gives to Julia Roberts when she’s all glammed up in that red dress is one that we’ll all remember forever. With a stunning array of red and white gemstones and a classic, regal style, it set off her outfit to perfection and represented a turning point for both the character and her styling.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s: The pearl necklace

Audrey Hepburn’s multi-stranded pearl necklace must be one of the most iconic pieces of movie jewellery ever – it set the standard for pearls as a go to vintage item, and defined Hepburn as a style icon; a reputation which still holds to this day.

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Tags: Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffanys, diamonds, famous film jewellery, gemstones, Julia Roberts, Kate Winslet, pearls, Pretty Woman, Richard Gere, rubies, The Heart of the Ocean Necklace, Titanic
Date: 18 February 2013
Author: flabio5

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