Oscar Night Jewels

Richard Berberian’s—jewelry designer and owner of Elyse Jewelers in Reading—dazzling designs were featured on the red carpet by A-list celebrities on Oscar night. Sharon Osborne, actress Marie Moute, and Oscar nominee Libby Villari are just a few of the lucky stars donning these stunning pieces.

Sharon Osborne wearing a custom Elyse Diamond Ear Cuff featuring 3TCW of White Diamonds set in Platinum. The opposite ear has a 2CT Round Brilliant Cut Diamond Stud!
Actress Marie Moute from “Welcome to New York” wears a custom Elyse fashion ring featuring a 10.40 CT Oval Red Tourmaline surrounded by 5.75 TCW or Pink Tourmalines and 132 Round Brilliant Diamonds totaling 1.22 CT all set in 18K White Gold.
Ben Sherwood, President of Disney/ABC Television and his lovely wife Karen Kehela Sherwood wearing Custom Elyse Diamond “Flame” Earrings with 5.28 TCW of Natural Canary Yellow Diamonds and 1.58 TCW of White Diamonds set in two-tone 18K Yellow & White Gold.
Actress Allison Diftler, wearing a custom Elyse Ring featuring a 21.76 CT Brazilian Green Beryl with 1.44 TCW of Yellow Sapphires and 1.74 TCW White Diamonds set in two-tone 18K Yellow and White Gold.
Oscar Nominee, actress Libby Villari of “Boyhood” wearing a custom Elyse Necklace featuring 125.71 TCW of London Blue Topaz and 51.43 TCW White Sapphires and Diamonds set in 18K White Gold.
Oscar Nominee for “Best Original Song” Danielle Brisebois in a custom Elyse Ring of 6.80 CT Fantasy Cut Blue Topaz and 2.58 TCW White Diamonds set in 18K White Gold.


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