Platinum Jewelry Rules The Red Carpet At The 2012 Primetime Emmy Awards

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Hollywood's biggest television stars celebrated their achievements wearing platinum jewelry on the red carpet. Platinum, the precious metal that never changes color nor fades, ruled the red carpet at the 2012 Primetime Emmy Awards this evening. From Sofia Vergara and Padma Lakshmi's drop earrings, to Jon Hamm and James Van Der Beek's cufflinks, Hollywood's leading actresses and actors chose to showcase their jewels in naturally white platinum settings that truly enhance the brilliance of diamonds and colored gemstones.  Platinum is the ideal choice for life's most unforgettable moments.

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

Sofia Vergara in Neil Lane
-Platinum and diamond earrings (45 carats)
-Platinum and diamond cuff bracelets (110 carats)
-Platinum and diamond ring with two center diamonds (20 carats)

Lucy Liu in Lorraine Schwartz
-Platinum and diamond stud earrings (30 carats carats)
-Platinum cocktail ring with a 9-carat rock crystal, and diamonds

Padma Lakshmi in Fred Leighton
-Platinum pendant earrings from the 1920's with coral, onyx, and diamonds
-Platinum cocktail ring from the 1920's with diamonds and onyx

Christina Hendricks in Lorraine Schwartz
-Platinum earrings with ruby and diamonds
-Platinum cuff and bangles with ruby, jade, and diamonds

Sarah Hyland in Lorraine Schwartz
-Platinum earrings with diamonds and rubies
-Platinum cocktail ring with diamonds and rubies
-Platinum and diamond bracelet

Archie Panjabi in Chopard
-Platinum and emerald cut diamond ring (3 carats) set in a micro-pave diamond band

Jessica Pare in Bvlgari
-Platinum cocktail ring with a cushion cut emerald (15 carats), and two sapphires (6.59 carats)

Jane Krakowski in Lorraine Schwartz
-Platinum earrings with emerald and diamonds
-Platinum cocktail ring with emerald, onyx and diamonds

Amanda Peet in Fred Leighton
-Platinum and diamond headband
-Art Deco platinum and French-cut diamond line bracelet

Julianne Moore in Fred Leighton
-Platinum and diamond Art Deco bracelet

Tina Fey in Fred Leighton
-Platinum cocktail ring with ruby and onyx

Anna Chlumsky in Neil Lane
-Platinum and colored diamond drop earrings
-Platinum cocktail ring with white and pink diamonds

Gretchen Mol in Fred Leighton
-Platinum cocktail ring with diamonds and rock crystal

Jenna Malone in Neil Lane
-Platinum and diamond cocktail ring

Jane Levy in Neil Lane
-Platinum and diamond collar
-Platinum and diamond stud earrings
-Platinum and diamond ring

Jennifer Westfeldt in De Beers
-Platinum and diamond line bracelet with a total of 34 diamonds
-Platinum and marquise micro-pave diamond earrings (8.99 carats)
-Two platinum and diamond cocktail rings

Connie Britton in Neil Lane
-Platinum and diamond stud earrings
-Two platinum and diamond cocktail rings

Anna Gunn in Chopard
-Platinum and pear-shaped diamond drop earrings (15 carats)
-Platinum and brilliant-cut diamond bracelet (35 carats)
-Platinum and marquise-cut diamond ring (9 carats)

Melissa McCarthy in Chopard
-Platinum and diamond chandelier earrings (24 carats) featuring over 55 fancy shaped diamonds

Glenn Close in Fred Leighton
-Platinum cocktail ring with a 3-carat diamond and onyx

Jon Hamm in Neil Lane
-Platinum and diamond cufflinks

James Van Der Beek in Neil Lane
-Platinum enamel cufflinks with diamonds

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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SOURCE Platinum Guild International USA


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