Red Carpet Gems at IJL 2014

15 Aug 2014

Some of the most exciting global designers with A List celebrity followings can be found this year at International Jewellery London 2014, London Olympia GRAND (August 31 - September 2). Royalty, stars of the screen and stage, entertainers and presenters have all been snapped on and off the Red Carpet wearing stunning gems from these designers.

These include…

The Duchess of Cambridge wearing Links of London Hope Egg earrings, White Topaz on Sterling Silver. A classic and sophisticated collection of contemporary women’s jewellery inspired by new life and the hope that it brings.

Betsy Brandt, star of hit series Breaking Bad, opted for Bespoke Fei Liu for the 71st Golden Globe Awards, wearing Fei Liu Bespoke long Onyx drop earrings set in 18ct Yellow Gold with pavé white and champagne Diamonds. Picture Izumi Hasegawa

Melissa George wearing Sterling Silver Chandelier Earrings with diamond white colour created gemstones by luxury fashion jeweller CARAT* at the BAFTA Television Awards. CARAT* is proud to be the official jewellery partners of the BAFTA TV Awards for the fourth consecutive year, with many of British Television's biggest names adorned in CARAT* on the red carpet.

Actress Jeri Ryan chose TIVON Fine Jewellery Cape Town Collection, 18k White and Yellow Gold set of earrings, set with glittering fine diamonds, rich green Peridots and checkerboard-cut Amethysts at the 14th Annual Warner Bros and InStyle Golden Globe Awards After Party January 13, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. Picture TIVON Fine Jewellery

Emma Bunton wearing a Kleshna Centenary Poppy Brooch, a hand crafted vibrant enamel brooch studded with sparkling Swarovski Crystal. Picture David Fisher Rex Features

Claudia Bradby Biography Pearl necklace and white Couture studs - worn by leading lady Dame Helen Mirren at the Audi Polo Challenge at Ascot on the 1st June 2014. Picture David M. Benett, Getty Images Entertainment

Beyonce wearing Rebecca’s 'Melrose' collection, photographed for LA Confidential magazine.

FKA Twigs wearing the Midas hand piece and cluster hoop earrings, two of her favourite pieces by Reo Jewels.

Fearne Cotton wearing a Nikki Lissoni monogrammed Sparkling ‘R’ coin which she chose for her son Rex. Pictured at Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Glasgow, May 2014.

Keira Knightley out and about wearing Oak's 'Life Within' Pendant in Sterling Silver with Rhodium plate and Yellow Gold Vermeil.

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IJL 2014 will run from 31 August to 2 September 2014 at Olympia Grand, London. For more information about IJL, please contact: Jennifer Hall-Thompson or Suzanna Hammond +44 (0) 207 630 6633 / +44 (0) 7944 860 839

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About International Jewellery London

International Jewellery London is your only dedicated UK jewellery trade event, unveiling the latest inspiring collections, contemporary and classic.

IJL celebrates the most talented, innovative British and International jewellery designers, wholesalers and manufacturers.

International Jewellery London takes place at Olympia, London from 31 August – 2 September 2014. For further information please visit

IJL is sponsored by the NAG & BJA and supported by the GIA, Gem-A, The Houlden Group, The Company of Master Jewellers, Platinum Guild International, The Responsible Jewellery Council and CIBJO.

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