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Price is An Issue In Absence Of Value

Price is An Issue In Absence Of Value



Jewelry can be expensive for ordinary people. You may have heard complaints from some consumers who think that a $100 piece of jewelry is too expensive. 

In the following article, Adena Leigh, a Slice contributor will astonish you with her Oscar red carpet story.

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Anne Hathaway

When Anne Hathaway co-hosted the 2011 Oscars with James Franco, her outfit changes (seven, to be exact) were some of the most anticipated highlights of the evening. She started the night off sparkling in a $10 million Tiffany & Co. Lucida Star diamond necklace with an estimated weight of 94 carats. With a necklace that expensive (and unbelievably gorgeous) we can’t help but label her red Valentino gown the accessory, and crown her diamonds the star of the show.


Nicole Kidman

Talk about wow factor! The Aussie beauty’s cascading diamond necklace at the 2008 Academy Awards was custom-made just for her by L’Wren Scott. The $7-million necklace featured more than 7,500 diamonds and was reported to have taken 6,200 hours to hand craft.

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Jennifer Garner

Leave it to Neil Lane to create one of the most expensive pieces of jewellery on the 2013 Oscars red carpet. Worn by Jennifer Garner, the necklace’s dazzling diamonds were set in darkened platinum for a gorgeous vintage look. The lucky star was dripping in a total of $2.5-million worth of Neil Lane jewels that evening.


Gloria Stuart

A brilliant 15-carat blue diamond necklace by Harry Winston is hands down the most expensive piece of jewellery ever worn on the Oscars red carpet. The dazzling deep blue diamond is reminiscent of the famous Heart of the Ocean, and was appropriately worn by Gloria Stuart, Best Supporting Actress nominee at the 1998 Oscars for her role in Titanic

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