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  • Kathryn Grayson as Lilli Vanessa wearing a diamond necklace in the 1953 film "Kiss Me Kate."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Kiss Me Kate

    1953

    Costume seen on Kathryn Grayson as Lilli Vanessi

  • Leslie Caron as Ella wearing a diamond tiara in the 1955 film "The Glass Slipper."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    The Glass Slipper

    1955

    Costume seen on Leslie Caron as Ella

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About the Costume

This lovely piece of jewerly was created by the famous Joseff of Hollywood – jeweler to the stars. In 1953 the piece was used on Kathryn Grayson as Lilli Vanessi in Kiss Me Kate. Interestingly it was reused again – but this time as a tiara – on Leslie Caron as Ella in the 1955 The Glass Slipper.

This piece went up for auction in 2017, and the auction catalog lists the piece as:

A simulated diamond evening necklace, foldover clasp closure. Signed “Boucher.”

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About the Costume

This lovely piece of jewerly was created by the famous Joseff of Hollywood – jeweler to the stars. In 1953 the piece was used on Kathryn Grayson as Lilli Vanessi in Kiss Me Kate. Interestingly it was reused again – but this time as a tiara – on Leslie Caron as Ella in the 1955 The Glass Slipper.

This piece went up for auction in 2017, and the auction catalog lists the piece as:

A simulated diamond evening necklace, foldover clasp closure. Signed “Boucher.”

This lovely piece of jewerly was created by the famous Joseff of Hollywood – jeweler to the stars. In 1953 the piece was used on Kathryn Grayson as Lilli Vanessi in Kiss Me Kate. Interestingly it was reused again – but this time as a tiara – on Leslie Caron as Ella in the 1955 The Glass Slipper.

This piece went up for auction in 2017, and the auction catalog lists the piece as:

A simulated diamond evening necklace, foldover clasp closure. Signed “Boucher.”

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