By Hannah Connorton

The price of gold continues to escalate, but it’s no deterrent to the rich and famous looking to don a few pieces to attend an event. This week’s Celebrity Jewelry Gawk examines the best gold jewelry looks recently seen on the red carpet.

Actress Sandra Bullock (below), with Ryan Reynolds, wore an Adeler 18-karat gold handmade chain link bracelet ($9,880) to the Los Angeles premiere of Reynolds’ newest movie The Change-Up.

Sandra Bullock


Australian actress Yvonne Strahovski sported a Le Vian 14-karat rose gold smoky quartz ring (below) to a San Diego event. The ring retails for $1,047.


Glee star Jenna Ushkowitz (below) accessorized with Amrapali’s 14-karat gold art deco diamond earrings ($9,400) to a celebration in San Diego.



Actress Jennifer Morrison (below) wore Carrera y Carrera’s 18-karat yellow gold hoop earrings ($3,395) to Comic-Con last month.



Also choosing Carrera y Carrera was Leslie Bibb (below), who donned the brand’s 18-karat white gold diamond studs ($14,650) for an event in Los Angeles.



This 14-karat yellow gold and diamond finger bracelet, shown below on singer Kelly Rowland (below), is by Elodie K. and retails for $595. 



Actress Leslie Mann accessorized with Neil Lane’s platinum, gold and diamond ring (below), valued at $29,000, to a premiere of the new movie The Change-Up.


Actress Jaimie Alexander (below), who starred in Thor and 2010’s Love and Other Drugs, wore Baccarat’s 18-karat yellow gold and gold Mordore crystal necklace ($5,075) to a Hollywood event.



Actress Jenna Fischer (below) of The Office sported these 18-karat white gold and gray opaque diamond earrings with a white melee diamond border, retailing for $9,000.


Twilight’s Ashley Greene chose Adeler’s 14-karat yellow gold earrings with blue lapis (below) to a San Diego event. The earrings retail for $3,790. 


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