The red carpet jewels that wowed at the Screen Actors Guild Awards 2013

With just two days to go before the 2014 SAGs, we take a look back at some of the show-stopping jewels worn by last year's leading ladies.


With just two days to go before the stars gather for the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, there is much to anticipate in the world of haute joaillerie.

Between the Golden Globes and the Oscars, there is the less glitzy, but equally distinguished, Screen Actors Guild Awards. Otherwise known as the SAGs, this particular awards ceremony pays tribute to performers and is another star-studded event in the LA awards season where jewellery is integral to the stars' red-carpet look.

We take a look back at our favourite jewellery from last year's SAGs with the knowledge that our favourite celebs will be adorned in equally stunning pieces at the 2014 SAGs on Saturday.

No doubt on cloud nine atill after last weekend's Golden Globes win, Jennifer Lawrence is sure to impress this weekend. At last year's event she kept it sleek with jewels by Chopard. But Lawrence is a chameleon with her red carpet looks, so her choice of jewels for Saturday will be very interesting.

Wearing Bulgari's Serpenti jewels at last year's SAGs, Michelle Dockery perfectly balanced her vintage Chado Ralph Rucci black satin dress with Serpenti earrings, bracelets and rings featuring a myriad of gemstones.

While Marion Cotillard didn't win an award last year, the award-winning actress stood out as one of the best dressed of the evening. She wore 54ct of Chopard diamonds around her neck, paired with an elegant Chopard jewellery watch.

Naomi Watts opted for a shimmering vintage gown, but our eyes were drawn to her left hand. Wearing an impressive Fabergé Solyanka ring, set with a 13.63ct Gemfields cabochon emerald, after the almost all-diamond turnout at last weekend's Golden Globes, we hope to see plenty more colour on the SAGs red carpet on Saturday evening.

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