Helen Mirren’s got the rough diamonds at ‘Collateral Beauty’ premiere

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Diamonds At Their Peak

Helen Mirren wore Lydia Courteille diamond earrings, a Gilan diamond necklace, and Hearts on Fire diamond tennis bracelets to the “Collateral Beauty” world premiere today here in New York City.

After years as an antiques dealer, the Paris-based designer Lydia Courteille began to redesign the heirloom cameos of her friends, turning them into rings embellished with the 18th-century gems she collected.

The family story and its love affair with luxury begins in the town of Gilan, where four generations ago, the great- great- great grandmother of the founders had designed and sewn tailor-made dresses for the Ottoman pashas.

Gilan’s commitment to working with the finest artisans and the technical superiority of each piece that leaves the workshops, contribute to Gilan’s principle of preserving the magic of the art of jewelry making.

Founded in 1996 by Glenn and Susan Rothman, Hearts On Fire became the world’s first branded diamond, the only diamond in the entire world, which is deemed perfectly cut every single time.

Today, Hearts On Fire is sold in more than 500 retail stores in 32 countries around the world, including more than 10 Hearts On Fire stores globally, as well as on the web, and authorized HOF retailer websites.

It has become the standard of perfection when proposing marriage or recognizing any perfect moment in your life.

Daniel Quintanilla

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