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Gemma Arterton talks accessory heirlooms

Published 07/06/2015

Gemma Arterton
Gemma Arterton

Gemma Arterton has spoken about her most treasured piece of jewellery.

The British actress is a fashion fan and often dazzles on the red carpet in stunning pieces. Accessories are also important to Gemma and there's one particular piece which she is holding onto in case she ever becomes a mother to a little girl.

"I have a beautiful diamond and emerald ring from the late nineteenth century. It's one of my most treasured pieces," she explained to British magazine Time Out London. "I'm not sure if it has appreciated in value, but it's something I hope to pass on to my daughter one day."

Gemma always looks flawless, whether she's in front of the camera, enjoying a walk around London, UK, or on the stage in the West End. She can't take full credit for her on-trend outfits though and praises her stylist Elizabeth Saltzman for helping her prepare for big events.

When in Paris Gemma loves to browse the Colette shop down Rue Saint-Honoré. She loves the brand so much that if given the chance to 'supermarket sweep' any store in the world, she named Colette.

She's currently an ambassador for British Designers' Collective, an organisation that showcases both established and up-and-coming labels. There's one particular brand which stood out for Gemma when she was asked which designer is her favourite from the bunch.

"I love Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, I've always been a big fan," she gushed to the company's website during an interview.

"It brings these younger designers, that maybe don't necessarily have their own stores or they're sold online, out into the general public."

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