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Carol Lombard was an American actress and comedienne who starred in some of the most successful comedies of the 1930’s.  Her big break finally came when Twentieth Century (1939), in which she starred with John Barrymore in what many regard as the prototypical films of the screwball comedy genre. These films established Lombard as one of the leading comic actresses of the 1930’s and served as a showcase for her unique quirky persona of sophisticated glamour.  At the peak of her popularity, Lombard along with 20 others, were killed in a tragic plane crash outside Las Vegas, Nevada in the late 1940’s.  Her untimely death stunned the nation and left her husband Clark Gable emotionally shattered. Wearing the Emerald and Diamond Ring jewelry in her last film “To Be or Not To Be (1942)” with co-star Jack Benny added a little glitz and glamour to the film. The beautiful Deco Sapphire and Diamond Pin jewelry was a perfect example of Carol’s attention to style and detail.  Lombard was quite the practical joker but always exhibited a genuine concern for everyone she knew.  To her… the Double Band Love Ring jewelry symbolized forever!

Emerald and Diamond Ring

Jewelry Description
One 2.56 carat round emerald green cz
center stone Surrounded by 12 round-cut clear cz’s
Rhodium plated
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Deco Sapphire and Diamond Pin

Jewelry Description
9.31 total carat weight
Synthetic square black diamond cz
Framed be 6 cz diamond baguettes
24 k gold plated
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Art Deco Chandelier Earrings

Jewelry Description
Pear shaped cushion-cut pendant suspended from four round cz’s, six rectangle cz’s and two pear shaped cz’s. Total carat weight is over 30 carats for the pair
Rhodium plated
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Double Band Love Ring

Jewelry Description
6.64 emerald-cut center stone cz
Flanked by four clear cz baguette stones
Two separate bands interlock
Rhodium plating
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