M.   /   November 28, 2007   /   8 Comments

Eva Green shone in unique Montblanc diamonds during The Golden Compass World Premiere in London’s Leicester Square, 27th November 2007. Most recently celebrated for her portrayal in Casino Royale of Vesper Lynd, the first and foremost of all the Bond heroines, the highly acclaimed Eva Green has subsequently been presented with the Rising Star Award from BAFTA in 2007 and has promised to become one of Hollywood’s most precious gems.

Miss Green’s Dentelle set consisted of a sophisticated necklace in luxurious white gold, featuring diamonds with a carat weight of 6.11ct and a central rare Montblanc diamond — a unique patented cut, the result of 8 years of research — of 6.15ct, D colour, and IF clarity and worth US$ 2.1million (£1.14 million.) Miss Green’s ethereal beauty was further accentuated by the playful dancing of the sparkling white gold earrings featuring diamonds (total carat weight 1.80 ct) – and a Montblanc diamond of 2.15ct and 2.12 ct per earring – D colour, IF clarity with a value of US$ 750,000 (£415.000.)

“It is a great pleasure and privilege for Montblanc to frost Miss Green at the global premiere of The Golden Compass movie,” said Lutz Bethge, CEO of Montblanc SA. “This evening will celebrate the magnificent synergy and mutual admiration between the world-class artistic talents and cultural endeavours of Miss Green and the craftsmanship of Montblanc jewellers. We are delighted that once again she has chosen to wear masterpieces by Montblanc, as she has done on many occasions since her first appearance as a presenter at the at Academy Awards in February 2007.”

New Line Cinema presents The Golden Compass, an epic fantasy adventure starring Oscar® winner Nicole Kidman (The Hours), newcomer Dakota Blue Richards, Eva Green (Casino Royale) and Daniel Craig (Casino Royale). Based on Philip Pullman’s best-selling and award-winning first novel in the His Dark Materials trilogy, the film is adapted and directed by Academy Award® nominee Chris Weitz (About A Boy). The Golden Compass cast Eva Green as Serafina Pekkala — the Queen of the Witches of Lake Enara — thereby continuing her tradition ofcrafting mysterious roles and keeping her admirers intrigued by both her external beauty and internal nurturing soul.

Source: Happy News

Eva Green shines in Montblanc

8 Responses to “Eva Green Shines in Montblanc Diamonds”
  1. spot Says:

    those pieces are va-va-boom!! (design and price-wise. LOL) but Eva looks stunning and priceless with or without those jewelry:)

  2. lanc Says:

    now i know who ms. green is, (not a Bond fan) yes, im a Nic fan from Asia!

    she looks great in her dramatic makeup at the premiere and that jewelry…wow!

  3. Monique Says:

    spot: price-wise, I agree, that’s more money my budget for a whole year! but design-wise, I think I’ve seen better rings on her…
    Like that cameo ring she was wearing in the Bond girls are forever interview…or her skull ring and her fossilized beetle ring…or those diamond rings she wore in the Green goddess issue in Vanity Fair…Okay, yes, I like jewelry…

    lanc: where in Asia are you from exactly? I’m Asian as well… (I’m a Nic fan too, but right now my focus is on Eva)

  4. EvaAnne Says:

    I really like those rings….*sigh* why do I have to have such expensive taste? 😉

    I also agree with Monique on the cameo ring (I recently found one similair!) and the fossilized beetle ring. Though I like the gothicness of the skull rings, I’m not really a fan of skulls.

    The diamond rings Vanity Fair, are those not the Montblanc Diamonds, too?

  5. Dennis CHoi Says:

    nice, i am a Green’s Fans from Hong Kong

    What a good diamond

  6. Monique Says:

    Oh lucky EvaAnne…I’ve been lookng for a cameo ring or maybe a necklace even before I watched the interview…

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