Five spotlight-grabbing jewellery looks from the Grammy Awards

These bejewelled designs were the true rockstars of the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

By Carolyn Meers 14/02/2017

These bejewelled designs were the true rockstars of the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.


Though her artistic achievements shine brighter than any gemstone, Beyoncé’s 400-carat yellow diamond lariat necklace — created exclusively for her by Lorraine Schwartz — did its best to grab the spotlight. The necklace, along with a few diamond rings (also by Schwartz), were valued at close to $US12 million (about $A15.65 million). Picture: Mike Nelson/EPA/REX/Shutterstock


Rihanna’s look for the night mixed classic white diamonds with an edgy, vibrant statement ring. The singer wore a dazzling pair of Chopard earrings made with aquamarine, yellow sapphires and rubies, and stacked her wrists with the Geneva-based jewellery house’s white-diamond cuff and bangles.

For a modern touch, the singer donned a stunning rectangular-cut green peridot ring by David Webb, which was set in hammered 18-karat gold and platinum and surrounded by brilliant-cut diamonds. (; Picture: Jim Smeal/BEI/Shutterstock

Jennifer Lopez

Hong Kong-based jewellery line Butani dressed Jennifer Lopez with several diamond designs, including three decadent 18-karat gold rings. One was an elegant, modern creation in which four diamonds branched out like petite flower blossoms ($US26,600 or about $A34,700), another cobbled together an astounding combination of pear and marquise-cut diamonds ($US30,600), and the third boasted 39 oval diamonds ($US54,000).

For a final touch, Lopez donned a bracelet laden with 23 carats of diamonds ($US277,600). ( Pictures: Jim Smeal/BEI/Shutterstock, Broadimage/REX/Shutterstock

Paris Jackson

Grammy presenter Paris Jackson wore a pair of Kimberly McDonald’s one-of-a-kind geode drop earrings set in 18-karat white gold and black rhodium surrounded by rose cut diamonds and irregular grey diamonds. ( Picture: Broadimage/REX/Shutterstock

Jane Zhang

Piaget fused high fashion with practicality in its delicate Limelight Couture Précieuse bracelet watch, its bracelet set with 140 brilliant-cut diamonds. The timepiece was an elegant complement to Chinese pop singer Jane Zhang’s neutral Vivienne Westwood gown. ( Picture: Jim Smeal/BEI/Shutterstock


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