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Clark Gable

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Clark Gable Jewelry Collection

Clark Gable Jewelry Collection

This American film actor who epitomized the American ideal of masculinity and virility for three decades.  An enormously popular star during his lifetime, Gable was dubbed the “King of Hollywood.” Despite his macho persona in such films as “Red Dust” (1933) and “Hold Your Man” (1934), Gable’s screen presence was largely non-threatening.  His magnetic smile and playful winks rendered him a charming rogue who did not take himself too seriously.  Although Gable himself maintained a self-deprecating attitude towards his talent and abilities throughout the years, he often proved himself to be most competent in demanding roles and was equally deft at romantic comedy and epic drama.  Though he first declined the role of Rhett Butler in “Gone With the Wind” (1939), after careful reconsideration, accepted the role that to this day still remains one of the most popular films ever produced.  Gable earned his third Oscar nomination for the role with which he is most associated.


Preparing for the film “The Misfits” (1961), with co-star Marilyn Monroe, the 6’1” tall Clark Gable had to crash diet from a hefty 230 lbs. to 195 lbs.  The aging Gable performed his own stunts in the film, which many believe took its toll on his already guarded health. Gable appeared dashing as ever wearing the Sapphire Pyramid Ring as the beautiful divorcee (Marilyn Monroe) meets the aging ex-cowboy (Clark Gable) and the entourage of co-stars cavort through one another’s mismatched lives.  Sadly, Gable died of a heart attack prior to the completion of the film.

Did you know?
Clark Gable’s salary for “The Misfits” was $750,000 + $58,000 for each week of overtime.

He was named the 7th greatest actor on the 50 Greatest Screen Legends List by The American Film Institute.

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3.2 ct. pyramid cut synthetic blue corundum center stone
Unique 14k gold plated band

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