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Crescent Horns-Style Pendants Continue to Provide a Shape for Designers

Charlize Theron wore the style at the Critics Choice Awards.

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Crescent Horns-Style Pendants Continue to Provide a Shape for Designers

Charlize Theron in Messika at the 25th Critics Choice Awards. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

AWARDS SEASON OFFICIALLY began in January, kicked off by the 77th annual Golden Globes, followed by the 25th Critics Choice Awards. Necklaces provided the big news in a variety of sparkling diamond styles. Often, red carpet looks inspire what we will see in the upcoming seasons, but one look we noticed, the crescent horn pendant, has been trending for many seasons in designers’ studios. Charlize Theron wore Messika’s diamond version on a long diamond chain. Here we bring you three versions by independent designers in gold with diamond accents.

Crescent Horns-Style Pendants Continue to Provide a Shape for Designers

Pamela Zamore

18K gold hand-finished crescent radial charm with diamond accents (chain not included).

pamelazamore.com

$2,500

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Crescent Horns-Style Pendants Continue to Provide a Shape for Designers

Sophie Ratner

14K gold crescent pendant with diamond accent.

sophieratner.com

$530

Crescent Horns-Style Pendants Continue to Provide a Shape for Designers

Jacquie Aiche

14K rose gold diamond pavé mini crescent horn necklace.

jacquieaiche.com

$3,375

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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