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Hollywood's Biggest Television Stars Wear Platinum Jewelry To The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Style Expert Nina Garcia Comments on the Red Carpet Trends

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Hollywood's biggest television stars celebrated their achievements wearing platinum jewelry at the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards and related parties this evening.

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From Michelle Dockery's ear clips to Julie Bowen's bracelet, Hollywood's leading actresses chose to showcase their jewels in naturally white platinum settings that truly enhance the brilliance of diamonds and colored gemstones.  Platinum is the precious metal that never changes color nor fades. It's the ideal choice for life's most unforgettable moments.

Style expert Nina Garcia is "loving the clean simplicity of the jewels worn by leading ladies Claire Danes, Julie Bowen and Michelle Dockery tonight. Nothing like setting diamonds in platinum to add that final touch of elegance and femininity!"

Following is a list of stars who celebrated tonight's achievements in PLATINUM:

Sofia Vergara in Platinum jewelry by Lorraine Schwartz
-Platinum earrings with unheated ruby, sapphire, and Columbian emeralds (over 100 carats)
-Platinum and ascher cut diamond ring (21 carats)
-Platinum ring with a Columbian emerald (40 carats), and rose cut diamonds 
*Total platinum look over $7 million dollars

Claire Danes in Platinum jewelry by Neil Lane
-Platinum bracelet with diamonds and emeralds (40 carats), priced at $1 million
-Platinum and diamond stud earrings (5 carats), priced at $150,000
-Platinum ring with an elongated emerald-cut flawless diamond (5 carats), priced at $350,000

Lena Dunham in Platinum jewelry by Neil Lane
-Platinum and diamond stud earrings (4 carats)

Elisabeth Moss in Platinum jewelry by Neil Lane
-2 platinum bracelets with onyx and diamonds
-Platinum and diamond stud earrings
-Platinum and diamond ring

Julie Bowen in Platinum jewelry by Jacob & Co.
-Platinum and diamond earrings
-Platinum and diamond bracelet

Malin Akerman in Platinum jewelry by Neil Lane
-2 platinum bracelet with diamonds and pearls
-Platinum and diamond bracelet 
-Platinum ring with diamonds and pearls
-Platinum and diamond ring
-Platinum and diamond chandelier earrings

Michelle Dockery in Platinum jewelry by Fred Leighton
-Platinum and diamond ear clips from the 1950's
-Platinum ring with ruby and diamonds from the 1950's
-Platinum and diamond pinkie ring from the 1920's

Sarah Paulson in Platinum jewelry by Neil Lane
-Platinum and diamond star earrings

Aubrey Plaza in Platinum jewelry by Neil Lane
-Platinum and diamond knuckle ring
-Platinum and diamond fleur-de-lis ring
-Platinum and diamond drop earrings

Morgan Saylor in Platinum jewelry by Kwiat
-Platinum and diamond bracelet
-Platinum studs with black onyx and white diamonds
-Platinum and diamond ring

Christine Baranski in Platinum jewelry by Fred Leighton
-Platinum and diamond earrings from the 1950's
-Platinum bracelet with diamonds and ruby from the 1950's
-Art Deco platinum ring with aquamarine and diamonds 

Ellen Burstyn in Platinum jewelry by Neil Lane
-Platinum and diamond chandelier earrings
-Platinum and diamond fringe necklace
-Platinum and diamond bracelet
-Platinum and pearl bracelet

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.

To download the latest platinum jewelry designs and press materials, visit www.pgi-press.com

SOURCE Platinum Guild International



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