Amal Clooney in Chatila Jewellery for her wedding

photo 3 (1)Do you remember the beautiful pearl earrings carried by Amal Clooney at her wedding’s day ? They are by Chatila Jewellery, a lebanese jewellery based in Geneva and London.

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Amal Clooney wore natural Bahraini pearl (with square cut diamonds) earrings by Chatila. It was a present from her parents.


In the night before her wedding’s day, Amal wore another earring’s pair by Chatila with black diamonds.

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The diamonds earrings by Chatila :


I am not sure, but I think that the yellow earrings of Amal are also by Chatila.

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Here a necklace with the same design by Chatila (on the right).


3 thoughts on “Amal Clooney in Chatila Jewellery for her wedding

    • Interesting – just reread the classic article from 1982 that I posted the link to, above, and the following excerpt seems to describe the Clooney engagement ring/process.

      “Since the Ayer plan to romanticize diamonds required subtly altering the public’s picture of the way a man courts — and wins — a woman, the advertising agency strongly suggested exploiting the relatively new medium of motion pictures. Movie idols, the paragons of romance for the mass audience, would be given diamonds to use as their symbols of indestructible love. In addition, the agency suggested offering stories and society photographs to selected magazines and newspapers which would reinforce the link between diamonds and romance. Stories would stress the size of diamonds that celebrities presented to their loved ones, and photographs would conspicuously show the glittering stone on the hand of a well-known woman.”

      Also, I read somewhere that De Beers now uses the concept of blood diamonds to control prices. So, I suppose that means that “ethical” diamonds (if they really are ethical, given the toxic environmental legacy diamond mining has, not to mention the human side of things) are really just even more over-priced scams.


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