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    • ITV
    • A+E Networks

    Emma (ITV)

    1996

    Costume seen on Kate Beckinsale as Emma Woodhouse

    • Miramax

    Emma

    1996

    Costume seen on Greta Scacchi as Mrs. Weston

    • ITV
    • Tyne Tees Television

    The Wingless Bird

    1997

    Costume seen on Moira Redmond as Nessy Forrester

    • Polygram Filmed Entertainment
    • Universal Pictures

    Notting Hill

    1999

    Costume seen on Julia Roberts as Anna Scott

    • BBC

    Let them Eat Cake: The Pox

    1999

    Costume seen on Jennifer Saunders as Colombine, la Comtesse de Vache

    • BBC

    Aristocrats

    1999

    Costume seen on Geraldine Somerville as Lady Emily

    • BBC

    Aristocrats

    1999

    Costume seen on Sian Philips as Older Lady Emily

    • ITV
    • Carnival Film & Television

    Downton Abbey

    2012

    Costume seen on Elizabeth McGovern as Cora, Countess of Grantham

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About the Costume

This necklace has been used at least seven times over the years.  It was first spotted in 1996 on Kate Beckinsale as Emma Woodhouse in ITV’s Emma. It was used in 1997 in The Wingless Bird, where it was worn by Moira Redmond as Nessy Forrester. In 1999 it made four appearances!  Julia Roberts wore the necklace as Anna Scott in Notting Hill, then Jennifer Saunders wore it as Colombine, la Comtesse de Vache in Let them Eat Cake.  It was then used twice in the BBC mini series Aristocrats, where it was worn by Geraldine Somerville and Sian Philips, both portraying Lady Emily Lennox. Lastly, the necklace was worn on Elizabeth McGovern as Cora, Countess of Grantham in the 2012 third season of Downton Abbey.

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About the Costume

This necklace has been used at least seven times over the years.  It was first spotted in 1996 on Kate Beckinsale as Emma Woodhouse in ITV’s Emma. It was used in 1997 in The Wingless Bird, where it was worn by Moira Redmond as Nessy Forrester. In 1999 it made four appearances!  Julia Roberts wore the necklace as Anna Scott in Notting Hill, then Jennifer Saunders wore it as Colombine, la Comtesse de Vache in Let them Eat Cake.  It was then used twice in the BBC mini series Aristocrats, where it was worn by Geraldine Somerville and Sian Philips, both portraying Lady Emily Lennox. Lastly, the necklace was worn on Elizabeth McGovern as Cora, Countess of Grantham in the 2012 third season of Downton Abbey.

This necklace has been used at least seven times over the years.  It was first spotted in 1996 on Kate Beckinsale as Emma Woodhouse in ITV’s Emma. It was used in 1997 in The Wingless Bird, where it was worn by Moira Redmond as Nessy Forrester. In 1999 it made four appearances!  Julia Roberts wore the necklace as Anna Scott in Notting Hill, then Jennifer Saunders wore it as Colombine, la Comtesse de Vache in Let them Eat Cake.  It was then used twice in the BBC mini series Aristocrats, where it was worn by Geraldine Somerville and Sian Philips, both portraying Lady Emily Lennox. Lastly, the necklace was worn on Elizabeth McGovern as Cora, Countess of Grantham in the 2012 third season of Downton Abbey.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Anna
  • Cintia
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
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Costume Designer:
  • Jenny Beavan

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