The Hollywood Collection


We immediately recognize the distinctive, signature style of designers and jewelry companies whose jewelry designs reveal their appreciation of women. Their savvy sense of what kind of jewelry fashionable women want to wear is the key to their success. The subtle curve of an earring, intriguing drape of a necklace, knockout sparkle on a ring all tell a story, and it’s a global one that strikes a chord in women who love jewelry. What makes these designs so extraordinary? Is it the impeccable attention to detail, premium quality and color of the materials used or a built-in radar for what makes women look and feel beautiful? It’s all these things and much more. Jewelry with trademark- style has an almost magical, indefinable quality you can’t quite put your finger on, you just know you love it.

Those who have managed to get a foothold and stay on top of the fiercely competitive global jewelry market are inevitably those who know how to make jewelry that strikes that chord, and they offer fresh exciting designs year after year. The Hollywood Collection is one such jewelry company. They design and manufacture the bold, dramatic and glamorous jewelry that is so popular today. The brainchild of Elliot Abbott, a Hollywood producer, The Hollywood Collection was born nearly 20 years ago, sparked by a unique and exciting idea. The Hollywood Collection features original reproductions of cinematic jewels from legendary films of the 1940s and 1950s, offering a unique selection of perennially fashionable jewelry at prices that won’t break the bank. Following are just a few of the glamourous jewelry pieces available at The Hollywood Collection.

Who can forget Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca and the exquisite jewelry she wore in the film, it seems forever etched in the memory of jewelry aficionados as much as the romantic storyline itself. Bergman’s Casablanca “Rose-Cut Pink Diamond Ring” and “Farewell Diamond Bracelet” epitomize the elegance of the times and pay tribute to this truly amazing star. Remember her in “Saratoga Trunk”? If so, you will recall the dazzling sapphire and diamond starburst ring she wore. The Hollywood Collection captures the look perfectly with “Saratoga Sapphire Ring”. Many more pieces in the Bergman collection have been inspired by the films, “Gaslight”, “For Whom the Bell Tolls”, “Anastasia” and “Murder on the Orient Express.” There is also a reproduction of the aquamarine and diamond ring she wore at the Academy Awards ceremony when she accepted one of her many Oscars, named “Bergman’s Aquamarine Award Ring.”

What would “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”, “Some Like it Hot”, “Asphalt Jungle”, “How to Marry a Millionaire”, “All About Eve”, “Ladies of the Chorus”, “Bus Stop” and the “Misfits” be without the enigmatic presence of Marilyn Monroe. A Hollywood treasure in life, an enduring legend since her untimely death nearly 50 years ago, Marilyn reputedly loved costume fashion jewelry and would have adored these recreations of the jewelry she wore in movies and publicity shots. The Hollywood Collection features pieces in the Marilyn Monroe collection such as “Diamond Moment Ring”, “Sapphire Stunner Ring”, “Victorian Bracelet”, and more that will inevitably keep Marilyn’s glamorous legend alive forever.

Lana Turner remains an iconic movie star of yesteryear whose dramatic and passionate life onscreen and off still intrigues us. She was married a monumental seven times! The Hollywood Collection pays tribute to this sensational actress and glamour girl who starred in such films as “Ziegfeld Girls”, “Johnny Eager”, “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”and “Honky Tonk”. Her collection features, “Purple Passion Ring”, “Cognac Heart Ring”, “Sapphire Tears Earrings”, “Fiery Ruby Ring” and much more.

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