Glitz and Glam on the Silver Screen: Hollywood's Beloved and Iconic Jewels

Precious, refined, evocative and colourful. Jewels have always been the best friends of women and actresses, who have worn them in many films, making them become iconic and timeless bijoux.

There are those who preferred to wear a geometric bracelet for their character and those who preferred a necklace with a thousand facets: the jewels in film they have a story to tell and were chosen for their particularities and their ability to enhance the image of a character. These famous jewels give women a taste for the glitz and glam. 

Legendary Gems: Six Precious Pieces from Cinema History That Resonate

Rings, bracelets, earrings and necklaces: from diamonds to rubies, jewels in films have adorned the bodies of gorgeous actresses, from Grace Kelly to Marilyn Monroe, making themselves remembered.

Symbol of elegance, refinement and timeless beauty, these precious items can today become a source of inspiration for the search for perfect jewelry.

1- The diamond ring in “High Society” (1956). The protagonist of this 1956 film is Tracy Samantha Lord, played by a splendid Grace Kelly. This one, she is divorced and fought over by three men: Bing Crosby, John Lund and Frank Sinatra. Precisely in this film, among the beautiful jewels worn by the princess, it is impossible not to remember the Cartier ring with a 10.47-carat diamond and emerald cut, mounted on a platinum structure.

2- The pearl necklace in “Breakfast at Tiffany's” (1961). How can we forget the iconic scene from this film in which Holly Golightly played by Audrey Hepburn admires the Tiffany shop window while sipping a coffee and eating a Danish pastry? What remains in our minds are not only Hepburn's large sunglasses and her unmistakable little black dress, but also her necklace made by Roger Scemama. A necklace with five strands of pearls embellished at the front with a jewel clasp.

3- The snake bracelet in “Cleopatra” (1963). It was on the set of Cleopatra that the legendary love between Liz Taylor and Richard Burton blossomed. Among the jewels that the latter gave to the actress over the years there is also a gold bracelet in the shape of a snake and decorated with rubies, emeralds and diamonds. The actress wears it in a shot on the set of the film Cleopatra. 

4- The necklace with the blue zircon in “Titanic” (1997). Among the protagonists of the film that tells the love story between Rose and Jack, there is also "Heart of the Ocean", a fascinating and almost magical jewel, which enraptured millions of women during the screening of the film. The necklace, worn by Kate Winslet on set, was made by London-based Asprey & Garrad: it was inspired by a blue diamond from the Crown of France and had a large blue cubic zircon.

5- The necklace with diamonds and rubies in “Pretty Woman” (1990). How can we not also remember the beautiful Julia Roberts on the streets of New York in the famous film "Pretty Woman"? The actress, who played the protagonist Vivian Ward, wore a necklace in white gold and diamonds sprinkled with 23 rubies. One of the unforgettable scenes of the film, in fact, is when Richard Gere gives Roberts this necklace. The jewel was made specifically for the film and given its high value, there was a guard to check it during filming.

6- Yellow diamond necklace in “How to Get Dumped in 10 Days” (2003). This is undoubtedly the most expensive piece of jewelry ever made for a film and it was necessary to create a dress that would perfectly match such a precious necklace. The jewelry was worn by the actress Kate Hudson: a necklace studded with 84-carat yellow diamonds worth six million dollars!


Bronzallure Jewelry: The Perfect Jewelry to Make You Feel Like a Star

Of course, not everyone can wear jewelry with precious diamonds, rubies and emeralds, just like the actresses in these films. However, this does not prevent you from feeling beautiful with special jewellery, which recalls the elegance and timeless style of famous jewels, but which are also perfect to combine with look more casual in everyday life.

Here are some models that are inspired by the classicism of precious stones and jewels in films:


  • Necklace with stone heart pendant: this jewel is rose gold plated with a rolo chain and a maxi heart pendant in natural stone. From Rose Quartz to Blue Chalcedony, you can choose from numerous gems to recreate your perfect heart!


  • Rigid bracelet with Cubic Zirconia: sophisticated and studded with Cubic Zirconia, this jewel in Golden Rose is perfect to be worn with the matching necklace and earrings.


  • Rosary necklace with pearls: the elegance and timeless charm of freshwater pearls come together in this series to the practicality of an ideal model to wear every day, thanks to the 18k rose gold-plated chain with shiny spheres.

Now that you're acquainted with the iconic gems featured in movies and how to use them as inspiration in your quest for the perfect jewelry, the next step is to explore the Bronzallure collection and discover the jewel that perfectly aligns with your personality and individual style. This choice will bestow upon you an aura of elegance and beauty, much like a Hollywood star!