By Hannah Connorton
Scroll down to check out the best in celebrity jewelry this month.

Miss Israel, Yityish Titi Aynaw (below) or “Titi” for short, visited northern New Jersey from June 13 to 15 wearing a Megemeria pendant necklace by Yvel, made in brass with 24-karat gold plating.

The necklace was made by the students of the Megemeria School of Jewelry in the Yvel Design Center in Jerusalem. Aynaw is the first Ethiopian Israeli to win the title of Miss Israel.


The Help’s Octavia Spencer, who also appeared on 30 Rock earlier this year, donned Jamie Wolf’s 18-karat yellow gold hoop earrings ($2,950) during a visit to the Young Hollywood Studio in Los Angeles on June 18.


Taryn Manning (below) of the TV series Hawaii Five-0 wore Elahn Jewels’ Open Circle drop earrings in white gold with emeralds and white diamonds to the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival on June 18.


Janina Gavankar (below) of True Blood wore Lisa Nik’s heart-shaped diamond earrings with rose quartz drops to the premiere of the show’s sixth season, held on June 11 in Hollywood.


Another True Blood star at the premiere, Anna Paquin, wore Jacob & Co.’s diamond necklace (below), made with 11 special-cut diamonds and white pavé.


Socialite Paris Hilton (below) accessorized with Alex Soldier’s Symbolica necklace, made in oxidized sterling silver with aqua chalcedony and diamonds, to the Cannes Film Festival in France.


Lincoln’s Sally Field wore Jacob & Co.’s diamond drop earrings and a round brilliant diamond pendant necklace (below) to the 67th annual Tony Awards.


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