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Empowering Emeralds Stole the Show at The Golden Globes

J Zoe Kravitz at the 75th Golden Globes in Lorraine Schwartz emerald earrings.
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When actresses attending the 75th Golden Globes wore black as a sign of solidarity for the Time’s Up initiative, it was a brave and powerful message. Regarding the jewelry they wore, the message was equally clear — a statement of empowering pieces. Diamonds were out in full force, but the standout emerald jewels enchanted us with vibrant elegance. 

Empowering Emeralds Stole the Show at The Golden Globes
Rene Escobar

Custom 18K diamond and emerald earrings. 

escobarjewelry.com

$5,280

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Empowering Emeralds Stole the Show at The Golden Globes
Takat

Platinum and 18K gold 9.61-carat emerald ring with fancy yellow diamond sides. 

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$100,200

Empowering Emeralds Stole the Show at The Golden Globes
Moritz Glik

18K gold bracelet with emeralds (1.04 TCW) and diamonds (0.59 TCW) enclosed in double white sapphires. 

moritzglik.com

Price upon request

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Empowering Emeralds Stole the Show at The Golden Globes
GiGi Ferranti

Emerald center locket with green diamond bail and white diamond accents

gigiferrantijewelry.com

$9,500

This article originally appeared in the March 2018 edition of INSTORE.

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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