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  • Gale Sondergaard as Faith Paleologus wearing a necklace of cameos in the 1936 film "Anthony Adverse."
    • Warner Bros.

    Anthony Adverse

    1936

    Costume seen on Gale Sondergaard as Faith Paleologus

  • Edna May Oliver as Lady Catherine de Bourgh wearing a necklace of cameos in the 1940 film "Pride and Prejudice."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Pride and Prejudice

    1940

    Costume seen on Edna May Oliver as Lady Catherine de Bourgh

  • Hillary Brooke as Blanche Ingram wearing a necklace of cameos in the 1943 film "Jane Eyre."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Jane Eyre

    1943

    Costume seen on Hillary Brooke as Blanche Ingram

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About the Costume

This extraordinary cameo necklace was first seen on Gale Sondergaard as Faith Paleologus in the 1936 film Anthony Adverse. It was used again in the 1940 production of Pride and Prejudice, where it was worn by Edna May Oliver as Lady Catherine de Bourgh. It was seen a third time on Hillary Brooke as Blanche Ingram in the 1943 adaptation of Jane Eyre. Because Anthony Adverse was produced by Warner Brothers and Pride and Prejudice was made by MGM, we know that the necklace did not come from the internal costume department. Joseff of Hollywood is known to have provided some of the jewelry pieces for Pride and Prejudice, so it is most likely that he worked on both films and that this piece was in his collection.

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About the Costume

This extraordinary cameo necklace was first seen on Gale Sondergaard as Faith Paleologus in the 1936 film Anthony Adverse. It was used again in the 1940 production of Pride and Prejudice, where it was worn by Edna May Oliver as Lady Catherine de Bourgh. It was seen a third time on Hillary Brooke as Blanche Ingram in the 1943 adaptation of Jane Eyre. Because Anthony Adverse was produced by Warner Brothers and Pride and Prejudice was made by MGM, we know that the necklace did not come from the internal costume department. Joseff of Hollywood is known to have provided some of the jewelry pieces for Pride and Prejudice, so it is most likely that he worked on both films and that this piece was in his collection.

This extraordinary cameo necklace was first seen on Gale Sondergaard as Faith Paleologus in the 1936 film Anthony Adverse. It was used again in the 1940 production of Pride and Prejudice, where it was worn by Edna May Oliver as Lady Catherine de Bourgh. It was seen a third time on Hillary Brooke as Blanche Ingram in the 1943 adaptation of Jane Eyre. Because Anthony Adverse was produced by Warner Brothers and Pride and Prejudice was made by MGM, we know that the necklace did not come from the internal costume department. Joseff of Hollywood is known to have provided some of the jewelry pieces for Pride and Prejudice, so it is most likely that he worked on both films and that this piece was in his collection.

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Sighting Credit:
  • KT
  • Paul
  • Martina
  • Eyreonair
Photos provided by:
  • KT
  • Paul
  • Martina
  • Eyreonair
Costume Designer:
  • Eugene Joseff (Joseff of Hollywood)

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