Dietrich's Champagne Slip-On

The Marlene Dietrich oval champagne diamond ringMarlene Dietrich in 'The Devil is a Woman'

Champagne Ice

In the classic 1935 film, 'The Devil is a Woman,' Marlene Dietrich did the title proud. Her ice cold performance was the last directed by the immortal Josef von Sternberg. In the film Dietrich destroys the will of two men, Lionel Atwill and Cesar Romero, and manages to keep this beautiful champagne diamond in the process. Its oval champagne beauty is sure to add elegance to any evening. Dietrich certainly looks ready for a night on the town.

Gem: one oval cut 7.57ct champagne cz. Surrounded by 16 round and baguette cut clear czs.

HCR 643$72.00Ring Size: 

Our movie star jewelry photo:
Marlene Dietrich shows off her oval champagne diamond in 'The Devil is a Woman,' the classic film in which Cesar Romero 'has found many an enemy, but never one so beautiful.' The movie was made in 1935 and directed by Josef von Sternberg.

Sites featuring Marlene Dietrich and 'The Devil is a Woman':, timeline and photographs (German language site.)
Marlene Dietrich's Collectors' Page, featuring photographs from the film.
Bruce Hershenson Vintage Movie Posters, images of original one-sheets from the film

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