10 Most Fascinating Jewelry in Film History
October 12, 2011 2 Comments
Of course we still remember the famous movie box office in film history, “Titanic” in 1997 as a work results from the director James Cameron, which is a re-maked version of 1953. The film tells of the RMS Titanic which sank on its maiden voyage in early 1912.
This film won 11 Academy Awards which was held on March 23, 1998, famous quotes that are spread by this film is “nothing on earth could come between them.”
One scene in the film shows a classic gem jewelry necklace called “Heart of the Ocean” which is worn by Kate Winslet acting as Rose deWitt Bukater, at the end of the film, the sapphire and diamond necklace eyed are discarded (dropped) into the sea.
A recent survey results illustrate that the jewels are displayed in the film, including a list of most iconic jewelry in film history, in addition to jewelry gem in this film, there is again a preferred audience, the jewelry in the movie “Pretty Woman“, and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”
As for jewelry pearl necklace in the movie “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” took second place, while jewelry ruby and diamond necklace in the movie “Pretty Woman“, starring Julia Roberts ranks fourth.
Here’s a list of most iconic jewelry in cinema
1. Heart of the Ocean – Titanic
2. Pearl necklace – Breakfast at Tiffany’s
3. Diamond necklace Marilyn Monroe – Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
4. Ruby and diamond necklace – Pretty Woman
5. Yellow diamond necklace – How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
6. Pink diamond – Pink Panther
7. Diamond choker necklace – Moulin Rouge
8. Diamond-shaped necklace sun shines – To Catch a Thief
9. Pearl earrings – Girl with the Pearl Earring
10. Algerian love knot necklace – Casino Royale
Necklaces value were also made ratings. Call it, a yellow diamond necklace in the movie “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” is estimated to be worth 3.1 million pounds. Underneath is the “Heart of the Ocean”, 2.2 million pounds, and edged ruby necklace worn by Julia Roberts, 865,000 pounds.
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