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Platinum Jewelry Was on Display at Emmys




(Press Release) Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood’s biggest television stars celebrated their achievements wearing platinum jewelry at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards and related parties.

Platinum Guild International USA (PGI USA) partnered with StyleLab as part of its Emmy Suite, where style expert and television personality Michael O’Connor curated a selection of luxurious platinum pieces from prominent brands.

Many of the featured platinum jewelry pieces involved in this event made their way to the red carpet adorning various Emmy-nominated celebrities.

PGI notes that red carpet jewelry brands such as Fred Leighton, Harry Winston, Lorraine Schwartz, and Neil Lane chose to style A-list celebrities in naturally white platinum settings that enhance the brilliance of diamonds and colored gemstones.

The following stars wore platinum jewelry to celebrate their achievements:

Heidi Klum, platinum by Lorraine Schwartz
■ 32 carat platinum double pear shape diamond earrings, in platinum
■ Diamond shield snake ring with 2 carats of diamonds, in platinum
■ 10 carat diamond ring, in platinum


Kirsten Bell, platinum by Harry Winston
■ Chandelier diamond Earrings, 9.2 carats, set in platinum
■ Marquise cluster diamond bracelet, 44.35 carats, set in platinum
■ Round brilliant diamond ring, 3.69 carats, set in platinum
■ Diamond band ring, 1.04 carats, set in platinum

Maura Tierney, platinum by Fred Leighton
■ 1930s diamond and aquamarine earrings, in platinum
■ 19th century rose cut diamond cluster ring

Viola Davis in Platinum by Harry Winston
■ Winston Cluster Diamond Chandelier Earrings, 16.39 carats, set in platinum
■ Secret Combination Diamond Bracelet, 68.75 carats, set in platinum
■ Traffic Diamond Ring, 1.43 carats, set in platinum

Kirsten Dunst, platinum by Fred Leighton
■ 1920s 6.0 carat cushion cut diamond ring, in platinum

Emmy Rossum, platinum by Fred Leighton
■ 1920s diamond and natural pearl pendant earrings, in platinum
■ 1930s diamond line bracelet, in platinum

Lili Taylor, platinum by Fred Leighton
■ 1930s platinum and diamond choker
■ Platinum and diamond hexagonal stud earrings Signed Fred Leighton
■ 1920s lozenge shaped diamond ring, in platinum
■ 1920s cushion cut diamond and onyx ring, in platinum


Allison Janney, platinum by Fred Leighton
■ 1920s diamond and platinum ring

Lara Spencer, platinum by Fred Leighton
■ 1920s diamond geometric bracelet, in platinum

Priyanka Chopra, platinum by Neil Lane
■ 10 carat diamond and platinum earrings
■ 10 carat diamond and platinum ring

Lilly Tomlin, platinum by Neil Lane
■ Sapphire, diamond and platinum bracelets, ring and earrings

Joanne Froggatt, platinum by Neil Lane
■ Diamond and platinum baguette ring
■ Diamond and platinum ring
■ Onyx diamond and platinum line bracelet
■ Onyx diamond and platinum tear drop earrings

Olivia Culpo, platinum by Neil Lane
■ Tri colored diamond and platinum ball earrings
■ Diamond, pearl and platinum ring


Anika Noni Rose, platinum by Chopard
■ “High Jewelry Collection” earrings – 3.09 carats radiant cut diamonds and .38 carats of pave diamonds, set in platinum
■ “High Jewelry Collection” ring – 4.03 carat brilliant-cut diamond and .14 carats of diamonds, set in platinum

Michelle Dockery, platinum by Harry Winston
■ Winston cluster diamond earrings, 14.74 carats, set in platinum
■ Sunflower diamond Twin Ring, 1.96 carats, set in platinum
■ Diamond band ring, 1.63 carats, set in platinum
■ Sparkling cluster diamond ring, 2.33 carats, set in platinum

Alexandra Billings, platinum by Gumuchian
■ Platinum and diamond necklace from the Symphony Collection

Connie Britton, platinum by Beladora
■ Art Deco diamond bracelet in platinum
■ Art Deco diamond ring in platinum
■ Garrard diamond ring in platinum

Angel Parker, platinum by Cliq by Superfit
■ Platinum diamond eternity band featuring Superfit technology. Set with over 8cts (8.25ct) of emerald cut and round brilliant cut diamonds.

Charissa Thompson, platinum by Michael Bondanza (worn during “Extra” segment on Sept, 20)
■ Platinum and diamond earrings inspired by Brooklyn Heights



She Wanted to Spend More Time with Her Kids. She Called Wilkerson.

Your children are precious. More precious than gold? Absolutely! Just ask Lesley Ann Davis, owner of Lesley Ann Jewels, an independent jewelry store that — until the end of 2023 — had quite a following in Houston, Texas. To spend more time with her four sons, all in high school, she decided to close her store. Luckily, she was familiar with Wilkerson and called them as soon as she knew she wanted to move on to bigger, better and more family-focused things. Was she happy with her decision? Yes, she was. Says Davis, “Any owner looking to make that life change, looking to retire, looking to close, looking for a pause in their career, I would recommend Wilkerson. Hands down!”

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