Top 5 Iconic Necklaces from Movies
Such truly amazing jewelry has adorned the silver screen over the years. Who has never even fallen head over heels for movie stars' vintage jewelry and recognizable outfits, especially when we think back to the legendary movies that have gone down in history? Actresses have mesmerized us with their treasures and their enthralling performances, from Marilyn Monroe to Julia Roberts.
But when it comes to jewelry, certain models stand out from the crowd. Join us as we list some of our all-time best necklaces from movies, each one just as memorable as the previous.
1.Lorelei Lee’s diamond necklace in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)
Marylin Monroe's jewelry collection for the movie Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is the perfect example of a star-studded showstopper.
As one of the oldest pieces of jewelry known to have appeared in a motion picture just at time—more than 500 years old—Monroe acquired this legendary pendant from Meyer Rosenbaum of Detroit for the 1953 movie. Empress Maria Theresa of Austria and Marie Antoinette both wore that glittering pendant, which belonged to the Maharajah of Baroda in India initially.
2. The Titanic pendant with Rose's Heart of the Ocean (1997)
Is there any love story more heartbreaking and romantic than Rose and Jack's in the 1997 hit movie Titanic? Regardless, it's difficult to surpass. The heart-shaped pendant Rose, played by Kate Winslet, wears throughout the movie serves as a prominent symbol.
Is there a more heartbreaking and fascinating story than Rose and Jack's in the 1997 hit film Titanic? Anywhere at rate, it's challenging to surpass! The pendant with a heart on it that Kate Winslet's character Rose is seen wearing frequently throughout the movie.
3. Moulin Rouge's Satine's diamond necklace (2001)
It's indeed obvious that Nicole Kidman's Satine, who enters the Moulin Rouge on a swing that is hooked to the ceiling and sings "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend," is going to perform everything exceptional. With openwork lace designs and scrolls, the item is considered as having been influenced by Louis XVI's aesthetic. It also has 1,308 diamonds totaling an astonishing 134 carats!
Its estimated $1 million value makes it among the costliest piece of jewelry ever designed for a movie at the time that it was produced. It is hardly surprising that Moulin Rouge earned an Academy Award for Best Costume Design at the 2002 Oscars.
4. Ruby and diamond necklace worn by Vivian in Pretty Woman (1990)
The crimson opera dress, blazing red hair, and jaw-dropping ruby and diamond necklace worn by Vivian in Pretty Woman are among the most recognizable movie looks ever. The stunning necklace is the icing on the cake for Julia Roberts' character, who experiences an amazing change during the movie.
A magnificent necklace with a $1.35 million estimated value was created with 23 pear-shaped rubies encircled by diamond hearts.
5. Holly Golightly’s pearl necklace in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
This would be impolite to either not bring up Audrey Hepburn's glitzy depiction of Holly Golightly in the 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany's when we're discussing of legendary cinematic scenes.
Hepburn's multi-strand pearl and diamond clasp necklace from the film oozes genuine vintage style.
The necklace complements the rest of the classic ensemble, which also includes an arm-length pair of gloves, a Givenchy haute couture little black dress, and a chic cigarette holder.
That movie elevated Tiffany's become a popular tourist destination and established the little black dress and pearls as an iconic piece of fashion history that almost every lady must acquire!