This week has seen Hollywood's biggest night of the year, all eyes were on the red carpet as the 84th Oscars Award ceremony was held. This is a true chance for all celebrities to get dressed up with many spending months searching for the perfect dress. One of the biggest trends this year was minimal jewels with many keeping their look simple and classic. Amongst the jewellery glittering on the red carpet were diamond engagement rings, diamond earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Earrings were mostly kept to modest lengths. Where size did matter was in regards to rings and bracelets, such as large cuffs. Emerald and diamonds seemed to be the most popular gemstone collaboration for the evening.The beautiful Natalie Portman wore a platinum and diamond v-shaped cluster necklace as well as platinum and oval drop earrings each set with 5.76 carats of diamonds, diamond drop earrings were also worn by Angelina Jolie, Sandra Bullock and Jennifer Lopez.
Penelope Cruz wore platinum and diamond line bracelet weighing 43carats which complimented her diamond engagement ring fabulously. She went for a truly dazzling style as also wearing a 56 carat pear shape diamond necklace and platinum and diamond cluster earrings. One of the most talked about celebrities at the Oscars 2012 was Gwyneth Paltrow who wore an amazing diamond cuff set with 2368 rose cut diamonds weighing 163 carats and valued at $1 million and a ring made of rose cut and round diamonds with purple sapphires set in 18-karat white gold and valued at $160,000.
One of the most striking pieces was a diamond engagement ring worn Penelope Ann Miller, the ring was a 3 carat pink radiant cut diamond in a pink diamond halo. The white diamonds on the shoulders of the ring were cut in the shape of butterflies.
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