Academy Award Winners

Oscar Winning Styles

We love EVERY Oscar year, because it reminds us of glamour, fun, and our favorite jewelry. Yes, long after the show has ended, the jewels live on. Here are some of our Academy Award winning styles. Click the photos for more information.

From the Bette Davis Collection - The star diamond earrings from All About Eve.
Another Best Costume Design award for Edith Head, shared with Charles LeMaire. This film won the Oscar for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Writing, Screenplay. George Sanders was Best Supporting Actor. Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, Celeste Holm, and Thelma Riter were all Oscar nominees.

From the Joan Fontaine Collection - The emerald ring from Rebecca.
1940's Best Picture and Best Cinematography (black and white).Joan and Lawrence Olivier were nominated for Best Actress and Actor.

From the Janet Gaynor Collection - The canary diamond ring from A Star is Born..
Nominated for Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor and Actress, the film won for Best Screenplay of 1937.

From the Barbara Stanwyck Collection - The aquamarine ring from Sorry, Wrong Number.
Barbara Stanwyck was a 1948 Best Actress nominee.

From the Maureen O'Hara Collection - The sky blue topaz ring from Miracle on 34th Street.
Nominated for 1948's Best Picture, this film won Best Screenplay and Best Story, and Edmund Gwenn won the Best Actor Oscar.




Bette's Star Attraction
Bette's Star Attraction

AAE 040$70.00
Fontaine's Haunting Emerald
Fontaine's Haunting Emerald

AAR 035$60.00Ring Size: 
Janet Gaynor's Canary Melody - BIG!
Janet Gaynor's Canary Melody - BIG!

AAR 014$75.00Ring Size: 
Stanwyck's Aquamarine Number - BIG!
Stanwyck's Aquamarine Number - BIG!

AAR 022$70.00Ring Size: 
Maureen O'Hara's Blue Miracle Topaz
Maureen O'Hara's Blue Miracle Topaz

AAR 032$80.00Ring Size: 

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