Angelina Jolie’s Jewelry Collaboration with Robert Procop

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Green with envy: A ring, earrings and necklace from Angelina Jolie's jewelry collaboration with Robert Procop.

Cleopatra star Angelina Jolie has partnered with jewelry designer Robert Procop for a collection of rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets currently on display at Julien’s Gallery in Beverly Hills, reports CBS News.

The museum-quality “Style of Jolie” exhibit features such gems as a vintage diamond choker worn by Jolie in The Tourist; green beryl tablet earrings she donned at the film’s New York premiere; a faceted black spinel necklace she sported at the German premiere of Salt; a 27-carat Gem Colombian emerald ring she wore while directing her first movie in Bosnia; and Jolie’s favorite piece, a necklace assembled from the finest collection of emeralds, Procop tells FashionEtc.

“What we’re showing here is a collection that Angelina and I have been working on for the last nine months or so, building not only a part of her style but real artistic forms using gemstones as a centerpiece,” Procop says of the collection, which benefits the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict. “But our main mission is helping children in crisis by educating children around the world.”

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Angelina Jolie in her faceted black spinel necklace at the Berlin premiere of Salt.

Adds Martin Nolan, executive director of Julien’s auctions: “We have amazing jewels in the gallery, where people will have an opportunity to see the style of Jolie and at the same time an opportunity to help and support the charity, and help the children in crisis, and basically provide education for the children in crisis … We’re really proud and delighted to be associated with such an important, charitable venture.”

While the exhibit is currently invitation-only, the general public will eventually get a peek at Jolie’s jewels in person.

“We are first showing it to clients that have already expressed great interest in experiencing the collection,” says Procop, “but we hope we could fit everyone that has any kind of interest in seeing the exhibit.”

In the meantime, we’ll continue to salivate over Elizabeth Taylor’s jewelry hitting the auction block.