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    • Konigsberg/Sanitsky Company
    • Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)

    Titanic

    1996

    Costume seen on Eva Marie Saint as Hazel Foley

    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Titanic

    1997

    Costume seen on Rochelle Rose as the Countess of Rothes

    • BBC

    Aristocrats

    1999

    Costume seen on Geraldine Somerville as Lady Emily Lennox

    • Lions Gate Films

    The Cat's Meow

    2001

    Costume seen on Kirsten Dunst as Marion Davies

    • BBC

    Daphne

    2007

    Costume seen on Elizabeth McGovern as Ellen Doubleday

    • BBC

    Tess of the D'Urbervilles

    2008

    Costume seen on Gemma Arterton as Tess Durbeyfield

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About the Costume

This well-recycled necklace saw its first use in the 1996 TV mini-series Titanic, where Eva Marie Saint wore it as Hazel Foley. The necklace was used the following year in James Cameron’s Titanic, where Rochelle Rose wore it as the Countess of Rothes. The piece was next spotted in the 1999 Aristocrats on Geraldine Sommerville as Lady Emily Lennox, and in 2001 it was worn by Kirsten Dunst as Marion Davies in The Cat’s Meow. Elizabeth McGovern went on to wear the piece as Ellen Doubleday in the 2007 Daphne. Finally, in 2008, the necklace was spotted in Tess of the D’Urbervilles, where Gemma Arterton wore it as Tess. 

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About the Costume

This well-recycled necklace saw its first use in the 1996 TV mini-series Titanic, where Eva Marie Saint wore it as Hazel Foley. The necklace was used the following year in James Cameron’s Titanic, where Rochelle Rose wore it as the Countess of Rothes. The piece was next spotted in the 1999 Aristocrats on Geraldine Sommerville as Lady Emily Lennox, and in 2001 it was worn by Kirsten Dunst as Marion Davies in The Cat’s Meow. Elizabeth McGovern went on to wear the piece as Ellen Doubleday in the 2007 Daphne. Finally, in 2008, the necklace was spotted in Tess of the D’Urbervilles, where Gemma Arterton wore it as Tess. 

This well-recycled necklace saw its first use in the 1996 TV mini-series Titanic, where Eva Marie Saint wore it as Hazel Foley. The necklace was used the following year in James Cameron’s Titanic, where Rochelle Rose wore it as the Countess of Rothes. The piece was next spotted in the 1999 Aristocrats on Geraldine Sommerville as Lady Emily Lennox, and in 2001 it was worn by Kirsten Dunst as Marion Davies in The Cat’s Meow. Elizabeth McGovern went on to wear the piece as Ellen Doubleday in the 2007 Daphne. Finally, in 2008, the necklace was spotted in Tess of the D’Urbervilles, where Gemma Arterton wore it as Tess. 

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • carsNcors
  • Kiteflier
  • Lauren
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Photos provided by:
Costume Designer:
  • Joe I. Tompkins
  • Jori Woodman

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