Born Harlean Carpenter in Kansas City in 1911, she adopted her mother's name, Jean Harlow, and headed for Hollywood. After appearing in several silent films as an extra, she finally got noticed in a Laurel and Hardy short called Double Whoopee, but it wasn't until she appeared in Hell's Angels did she registered as a real contender. Ms. Harlow died when she was just 26, but she left a formidable legacy. In a publicity photo, she is seen wearing a stunning blue cabochon ring set in Platinum.
Product: One synthetic blue oval cabochon stone surrounded by a dozen small clear CZ diamonds, all mounted in a Rhodium over alloy setting.