5 Fanciest, Most Expensive Jewelry To Grace The Oscars Red Carpet

5 Fanciest, Most Expensive Jewelry To Grace The Oscars Red Carpet

Nicole Kidman ($7 million)
At the 2008 Oscars, Nicole Kidman appeared as a flawless embodiment of beauty, as she wore a simple but glamorous LBD by Balenciaga. But what really made her ensemble stand out was her elaborate necklace by L’Wren Scott. It was studded with over 7,600 diamonds, and took 6,200 long and arduous hours, which sums up to 258 straight days, to complete the piece, custom-made for Kidman. The extravagant piece cost her a whopping $7 million, and it looked the part, as well.

Sofia Vergara ($7 million)
At the 2013 Emmys, Sofia Vergara redefined the phrase, “red hot”, in her red, plunging mermaid gown, which was a Vera Wang design. To complete the look, she put on a pair of dangling earrings studded with ruby, sapphire and emerald gems of enormous size, while her two cocktail rings comprised a 210carat diamond ring and a 40-carat emerald and diamond ring, from Lorraine Schwartz. The jewellery pieces together were priced $7 million, as Vergara tied with Nicole Kidman.

Anne Hathaway ($10 million)
Red gowns are a classic favourite for stars walking the red carpet, especially when teamed with expensive jewellery, as displayed by Anne Hathaway. She teamed her shiny red gown with $10 million worth of sparkling charms. She wore a 94-carat diamond necklace, a 10-carat diamond dangling earrings and a diamond ring, all of which came from Tiffany & Co. However, Anne didn’t pay for these. Tiffany & Co., on the other, hand, paid her $750,000 to wear the set to the event.

Gloria Stuart ($20 million)
Gloria Stuart was at the 1998 Oscars, nominated as the Best Supporting Actress for her role as the 100 year old Rose in Titanic, dressed in teal silk, and had the honour of wearing the replica of the Heart of the Ocean necklace portrayed in the movie. The neck piece was made by none other than Harry Winton and was valued at a shocking $20 million. The diamond necklace had a centrepiece of a huge sapphire, surrounded by more diamonds. She glorified the piece with her timeless charm.

Carrie Underwood ($31 million)
At the 2013 Grammys, won herself a Grammy and the position at the top of the list of 10 Most Expensive Red Carpet Jewelries. She was seen in a black strapless mermaid Roberto Cavalli dress with glittery undertones which went perfectly with the Jonathan Arndt diamond necklace. The piece that showed off her millions of dollars had 381-carats of diamonds, and was priced $31 million. When asked its price, she said, “It’s worth more than me!”

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