Meryl Streep's Pendant - I WANT THIS!

A photo of the pendant that Meryl Streep's character wore in the film, "It's Complicated."

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Comment by solgar1970 on August 24, 2010 at 7:24pm

Sweet. Guess what? Marie and Simone are right. As it turns out, it's not an opal, and it's not the necklace (featured by Kim on Thank you so much, ladies!

Here it is:
Designer: Judy Hudson.
Description: (Blue Morpho) Butterfly Pendant - Medium blue butterfly wing crystal pendant on an 18k yellow gold ball chain.

This necklace is supposedly only available from Barney's New York (their contact info. is below)...

Barney's has stopped carrying this pendant (and has taken it off of their website). I called and spoke to one of their buyers. She told me that it could be special ordered through them. *** If you find current purchase info. elsewhere, please feel free to reply.

It generally retails at: $1,750.00, but you can find it (much, much) cheaper by another designer on ... Just do a search on their website for a "Blue Morpho Butterfly Pendant."

Here are a couple of cheaper examples:


Blue Morpho butterflies generally have a full lifespan of approximately 115 days (a total of 137 days, from egg 'till death). If you're looking to be more humane, make sure before you buy, that the butterfly lived out its natural life before being used to make the pendant.

Contact info. For Barney's New York on Madison Avenue (NYC):


575 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10017

Christine Morris (Head Buyer):
Phone: (212)450-8700 or (212)450-8393

Jennifer Koche, Senior Assistant Buyer, Jewelry, Barney's New York
Phone: (212)450-8393

You can also try:

Barney's New York Assistant Buyer for Women's Accessories:
Naomi Bartee - Phone: (212)450-8406

Mystery solved!
Comment by solgar1970 on August 24, 2010 at 6:46pm
P.S. you can see new photos of it on my profile.
Comment by maria merriman on June 1, 2010 at 9:51pm
A little too vibrant for a stone to me. I believe this is a butterfly wing known as a Sylkowski Morpho. I make jewelry using wings from around the world and this is a stunning beauty. It caught my eye too. Hope this helps.
Please check out my comment I posted earlier
Comment by solgar1970 on May 4, 2010 at 4:09pm

Meryl Streep's Iridescent Pendant Worn In The Movie "It's Complicated."
Just saw the movie "It's Complicated", starring Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin, and Steve Martin...

The clothes/jewelry that Meryl's character wore were fantastic!

There was this one blue-ish/iridescent colored pendant piece that Meryl wore; she wore it in about three scenes in the movie. The three scenes are:
1.) the bar scene, with Meryl & Alec flirting/dancing,
2.) the big party scene, with Meryl and Steve Martin's characters on their first date, and
3.) (post party), with Meryl and Steve making chocolate croissants after-hours, at her cafe's kitchen.

The pendant itself, was a very brightly colored stone. The colors of it were iridescent/electric blue. Its shape was a sort of a slanted pear shape. It was on a long, beautiful, gold chain, with a circular front bail or clasp. Unforgettable! I wonder what the stone on this pendant actually was, the way that it caught the light. The photo I've included doesn't do it justice. I can't for the life of me figure out if it was...
Opalite? Australian black fire opal? Moonstone? Abalone? Mother of Pearl? Looks more like Opalite, or an opal of some kind.

I noticed a couple of other posts on here asking about it.

Had lots of free time lately, so I've been scouring the Internet on and off, trying to get more info., haven’t had any luck.

Would it be possible to find out who made it, and more importantly, where I can buy it/one like it?

I read in the film credits that Nina Johnston was Meryl Streep's Costumer, and Suzanne Cranfill was Costume Supervisor on the film, if that helps.

Hope you can find out, thanks very much!

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