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The Emmys are TV’s biggest awards show, so the stars go all out on the red carpet! This year, oversized drop earrings and colored stones were seen on most stars.

Julianne Hough looked stunning in a pair of shorter emerald drop earrings.

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Julia Roberts wore a massive moonstone and diamond number.

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Julie Bowen wore large blue sapphire drop earrings that looked beautiful!

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Self proclaimed jewelry lover Debra Messing stunned the crowd with a 12 ct. blue sapphire ring.

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There were a lot of great looks this year, but we are already looking forward to next year! I wonder what will steal the show then?

 

Let’s face it, jewelry is expensive. So when you are traveling, you need to make sure that you are taking care of it! Here are some helpful tips for when traveling with jewelry!

-Photograph your jewelry: if a piece is lost and later find, this will let you be able to identify it!

-Carry your jewelry with you: pack your jewelry in your carry-on because checked bags can easily get lost!


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-Pack your jewelry in plastic bags: put each piece in its own bag and label the bag with a description of what’s inside it. This lets you quickly see everything that you’ve brought. REMEMBER, do not store pearls in plastic bags for extended periods of time.

-String chains through straws: this prevents the chains getting tangled and can save you a headache later on!

Remember these hints for the next time you travel!

It’s no secret that we love to admire what Hollywood’s A-List stars are wearing. This generally consists of some of the best looking and newest styles of everything.. including, dresses, shoes, handbags, and you guessed it… Engagement Rings!

Kim Kardashian’s beau, Kanye West, bought the star an $8 million 15-carat cushion-cut diamond ring. It is set in a pave band, so it looks like it is floating. A true beauty!

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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ engagement may have shocked everyone, but him giving her a beautiful engagement ring certainly did not. Jeweler Lorraine Schwartz designed the ring– a flawless, light pink oval diamond set in a rose gold band. This definitely fits Lively’s style!

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Anne Hathaway is a classy actress and her engagement ring echoes this. Her ring is a six-carat solitaire diamond that is set in a platinum band. A classy ring for a classy lady.

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Take your time in picking out the perfect engagement ring so that you can show off your ring with as much enthusiasm as these A-List celebrities do!

 

 

 

 

 

A 59.6 carat, rare pink diamond known as the Pink Star will be auctioned. The diamond is expected to sell for more than 60 million dollars, the highest price in history for any diamond ever purchased. The bidding will take place on November 13, in Geneva, Switzerland.

 

The Pink Star is described as “the largest internally flawless fancy vivid pink diamond that the Gemological Institute of America has ever graded.” The gem is known to be very rare and very large at 59.6 carats. It took two years to cut its dozens of facets out of the original raw stone and polish it into its current oval shape.

 

 

 

 

In an upcoming auction, three very rare magnificent colored jewels will be highlighted: an 8.77 ct. fancy intense pink diamond, a 3.81 ct. fancy vivid blue, and a 5.13 ct. fancy vivid yellow.

There is a 5 carat square-cut fancy vivid yellow diamond is expected to sell for more $200,000 to $300,000. The 8.77 ct. rectangular cut fancy intense pink ring has an estimated price tag of $5.5 million to $6.5 million. The 3.81 ct. cushion-cut fancy vivid blue diamond ring is also expected to sale for $2.5 million to $3 million.

Other notable diamonds in the auction include:

– A 25.3 ct. D-color diamond ring, with a $2.4 million to $3 million estimate.

– An 18.8 ct. D-color diamond ring with a $1.7 million to $2 million estimate.

– A 9.52 ct. D-color diamond ring, with internally flawless clarity, with an $850,000 to $1.05 million estimate.