Clint Eastwood’s wife Dina looked beyond impressive in the premiere of “Mrs. Eastwood & Company” wearing jewelry styles that featured artisan gemstone necklaces, handcrafted sterling silver and Native American motifs.
Turquoise, jade, red coral, black onyx, other semi-precious gemstones and striking sterling silver designs were all used to add colorful personality to Dina’s easy flowing “in town” clothes.
She sported bear tooth design earrings once in a Sleeping Beauty colored turquoise and again later in jade, the right tint of green.
She also wore a striking bear tooth pendant made of vivid turquoise.
At one point she wore a 2 inch rectangular pendant of inlayed tiger’s eye.
The most striking jewelry on the show was a large pendant that appeared to be vintage Taxco made with a softer Persian colored turquoise, in a swirl patterned silver setting.
The pendant was hung from mint green silk chiffon-looking fabric with miniature flower stations.
A long, waist length necklace of red coral beads with a small silver medallion was a coy use of color.
CRYSTAL BODY PIERCINGS
In one plot element, Dina got a crystal belly button piercing and Lisa her housekeeper got a nose piercing to dissuade Dina's daughter from doing the same.
At dinner with Clint Eastwood and her family, she wore a simple necklace with a black onyx disc punctuated with a white diamond.
Dina’s daughters Morgan and Francesca Eastwood followed the minimalist jewelry trend with simple, dainty necklaces and rarely wearing earrings. Occasionally they were styled with a stack of beaded bracelets and once with an artisan looking sparkly necklace that featured multiple tab pendants.
Clint Eastwood’s wife and children are featured in a reality program “Mrs. Eastwood & Company” which is about Dina Eastwood’s purpose and duty to her family and “Overtone” a South African musical group she moved to Carmel, Ca. to manage.
Dina was colorfully and thoughtfully styled in semi-precious gemstone necklaces and earrings, dramatic enough to accentuate, but not so garish as to be distracting. Not everybody can handle bold jewelry styles, Dina Eastwood can.
Dina Eastwood's jewelry is handcrafted by Zuni Native American jewelry designer Colin Coonis from New Mexico, per twitter accounts and numerous other online reports.
Pat Thomas for Jewelrystash