Blackened silver, silver with diamonds, watches with silver faces and polished silver all were among the styles seen within the last month.

Scroll down to see the  latest in celebrity silver jewelry styles.

The Call actress Halle Berry (below) accessorized with IritDesign’s sterling silver and diamond ring (price upon request) for the movie’s premiere in Buenos Aires, Argentina last month.

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Emma Roberts (below) of Empire State wore Melinda Maria’s silver Pyramid Cluster earrings ($115) to the Vogue and MAC Cosmetics dinner on May 13 in Los Angeles.

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Singer Christina Milian wore Soffer Ari’s 9mm Bullet blackened sterling silver necklace with black and white pavé diamonds (below, top, $2,737), as well as the brand’s Shartook necklace in blackened silver with black diamond pavé ($2,248) on the season four premiere of The Voice on May 8 in Los Angeles.

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The Great Gatsby star Leonardo DiCaprio (below) donned TAG Heuer’s Carrera Calibre 1887 automatic chronograph wristwatch, made with a 43 mm silver dial with rose gold accents and a brown alligator strap ($6,300), at the movie’s premiere in New York on May 1.

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Ashley Madekwe (below) of ABC’s Revenge wore Baccarat’s B Mania silver ring ($420) to the 34th College Television Awards Gala in Los Angeles on April 25.

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