Pieces of Jewelry from Famous Movies

A long weekend is always enough time to look at the television his favorite movies. The moment in which the actor holds a pompous piece of jewelry in the hands or passes it to a woman, is very impressive for most. Especially jewelry savvy women (and men!) enjoy these moments and generally movies where jewelry is a main or supporting role.

Pieces of Jewelry from Famous Movies

The Jeweller has once demand at home, what movies or scenes, where that is the case, have burned themselves in individual employees in the memory. Out came a list of old classics to modern fantasy movies – and that’s not all long!

The Earring in “Girl with a Pearl Earring” (US/UK, 2003)

The 17 year-old Griet (Scarlett Johansson) is set as a housemaid at the renowned painter Johannes Vermeer (Colin Firth), which granted her the task to mix his colors. The shy artist is under pressure, to paint faster and gets the task to make a portrait of Griet finally.

This order brings discord in Vermeer’s House with him, especially his wife is not fond of them. Yet the portrait is painted, Griet wears Pearl Earrings by Vermeer wife however. When that comes out, Griet must leave the House and returns to her parental home.

Sabrina from the jeweller:

The Engagement Rings in “The Wedding Runaway” (USA, 1999)

IKE Graham (Richard Gere), a well-known newspaper columnist from New York, is inspired by the story of a drunken man in a bar. He writes a provocative article about Maggie Carpenter (Julia Roberts), the ex-fiancee of the aforementioned drunken. This is going to take her fourth wedding attempt, however, she is notorious for this, men regularly down the aisle to keep standing.

Maggie Carpenter swears the article revenge the journalists after publication and causes that Graham is ultimately thrown out. The unemployed person seeks evidence affiliated for his theses presented in the column – and lives in the village, in the Carpenter. It follows a series of intrigues and disputes, which however reveal at the end, that they love each other.

Noah by the jeweller:

The Ring of Power “Lord of the Rings” (USA, 2001-2003)

The young Hobbit Frodo (Elijah Wood) Gets the task at its source, the fateful mountain in Middle-Earth, to bring the one ring, to kill him there. Only also Sauron, the epitome of evil cannot be defeated through the destruction of the ring.

He will be accompanied by initially eight companions, who lose themselves in the course of the trilogy and separately fight evil. Only his loyal companion Sam (Sean Astin) is always at the side. The varied actions of this trilogy manages of Frodo and Sam Finally, to destroy the ring and so the good ultimately win.

Bjorn from the jeweller:

The “Heart of the Ocean” in “Titanic” (USA, 1997)

A flashback on the maiden voyage of RMS Titanic in 1912, the venue of the love story between Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) is. Because rose’s family is poor, she should marry the rich CAL Hockley against their will.

In the course of the journey she meets but the penniless artist Jack, in which she fell. Both plan as soon as the Titanic in New York should apply together to leave the ship and begin a new life. But then the ship hits an iceberg and begins to sink. Jack survived the tragic accident, and rose remains alone.

Denise from the jeweller:

Collier in “Pretty Woman” (USA, 1990)

The wealthy Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) is by the cheeky prostitute Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) the way to his hotel in Hollywood show. Without further ADO he sets it for a week as his consort. In this one week Vivian rising from the “call girl” to a Lady of the upper society – is given her expensive clothes, she attended various events with Edward and the two fall in love after all.

After some misunderstandings and conflicts in the course of the story, the two find end in a Happy ending.

Sebastian of the jeweller:

Brass Ring in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” (USA, 1961)

Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) is a luxury-loving party girl that meets the penniless writer Paul Varjak (George Peppard) at random. This fell headlong into it. Holly leads, however, prefer their extreme life with parties, alcohol and in the morning she breakfast cigarettes, even in evening clothes before the jeweler “Tiffany BB´s”. Its main goal is to marry, rich and for that she has already a suitable candidate.

In the course of the film, Paul however recognize that Holly is not the carefree woman, for which he initially held her and can eventually free them from trouble. In the dramatic end of the film the two find each other finally.

Stefan from the jeweller:

Diadem in “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” (USA, 1953)

The attractive Showgirls Lorelei Lee (Marilyn Monroe) and Dorothy Shaw (Jane Russell) travel with the ship to Paris, so that Lorelei can marry the wealthy Gus Esmond. As Lorelei is justifiably suspected to marry Gus only for his money, she is shadowed on her trip.

The detective Ernie Malone falls in love with during his shading job in Dorothy, who reciprocates his feelings after all. Lorelei in turn makes acquaintance with Sir Fancis Beekman, with which she is photographed in a compromising situation.

In a subsequent conflict between actors, in which even a supposedly stolen tiara plays a role, Lorelei eventually succeeds in all of them to convince that a marriage with Gus would be best. Finally, even a double wedding is celebrated by Gus, Ernie, Lorelei and Dorothy.

Doreen by the jeweller: