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Colored Gemstones Light Up The Red Carpet

Gal Gadot, Carey Mulligan dare to be different in unusual colored gems.

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Gal Gadot at the 2021 Critic’s Choice Awards (Instagram)
Gal Gadot at the 2021 Critic’s Choice Awards (Instagram)

DIAMONDS RULED THE red carpet this year as usual, but when there were colored stones, they lit up the faces of the actresses who wore them. Color continues to be a trend in the design studios —not just your traditional gems, but also beryl, spinel, aquamarine, kunzite, morganite and fancy colored sapphires. For the Critic’s Choice Awards, Gal Gadot wore Tiffany & Co. earrings in green beryl, diamond and morganite, while Carey Mulligan wore Cartier High Jewelry’s tourmaline, colored sapphires, and diamonds to the 2021 Oscars. Both looked stunning in dare-to-be-different styles.

Margery Hirschey Aquamarine and bi-color topaz.

Margery Hirschey

Aquamarine and bi-color topaz.

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$6,130

Barbara Heinrich 18K yellow gold and pear-shaped Paraiba tourmaline earrings

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Barbara Heinrich

18K yellow gold and pear-shaped Paraiba tourmaline earrings with diamonds and granulated bezels.

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$3,875

Mallary Marks 22K and 18K yellow gold Bon Bon earrings

Mallary Marks

22K and 18K yellow gold Bon Bon earrings with round pink sapphires and pear-shaped blue zircon drops.

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$2,295

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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