Best jewellery at the TV BAFTAs 2023

It was a celebratory night of glitz and glamour at London's Royal Festival Hall for the 2023 TV BAFTAs. From Taron Egerton's Cartier watch to Amelia Dimoldenberg's Shaun Leane talismans, we bring you the best jewellery looks of the evening

By Joshua Hendren

The biggest night of the year for TV, held at London’s Royal Festival Hall, was, as you’d expect, full of memorable jewellery moments.

As fans continue to fawn over all the jewels and gems from the 2023 TV BAFTAs, we break down the best looks of the night, from Claudia Winkleman to Nicôle Lecky.

Amelia Dimoldenberg

Amelia Dimoldenberg (Photo by Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Chicken Shop Date‘s Amelia Dimoldenberg chose a pink velvet gown and Shaun Leane jewellery to host the post-win backstage BAFTA interviews.

Claudia Winkleman

Claudia Winkleman (Photo by Mike Marsland/WireImage)

Claudia Winkleman, who was among the big winners at the TV BAFTAs, cut a sharp figure in a black trouser suit, bedazzled with a yellow gold pendant necklace.

Taron Egerton

Taron Egerton (Photo by Scott Garfitt/Getty Images)

Golden Globe-winning actor Taron Egerton kept it classy with a Santos-Dumont de Cartier timepiece strapped to his wrist.

Anne-Marie Duff 

Anne-Marie Duff (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

As she celebrated her win in the Supporting Actress category for her role in the black comedy Bad Sisters, Anne-Marie Duff twinkled in a suite of Dior’s Rose des Vents jewellery, including a yellow gold ring, bracelet and earrings set with diamonds and mother-of-pearl.

Sarah Greene

Sarah Greene (Photo by Wiktor Szymanowicz/Getty Images)

Lab-grown bling by New York’s Smiling Rocks was the jewellery of choice for Irish actor Sarah Greene.

Jasmine Jobson 

Jasmine Jobson (Photo by Wiktor Szymanowicz/Getty Images)

Jasmine Jobson hit the red carpet bedecked in Cartier’s Trinity collection. Elevating her blue-and-white Prada gown, the star chose a Trinity bracelet, crafted in a symphony of white, rose and yellow gold, and a pair of Trinity earrings. Elsewhere, Jobson accessorised with a Cartier Love bangle in yellow gold and a matching ring.

Samuel Bottomley

Samuel Bottomley (Photo by Eamonn McCormack/Getty Images)

British actor Samuel Bottomley, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Channel 4’s, Somewhere Boy, wore Swiss watchmaker Rado’s Captain Cook Automatic Bronze timepiece.

Nicôle Lecky

Nicôle Lecky (Photo by Antony Jones/Getty Images)

Nicôle Lecky, who scooped the award for best mini-series for Mood, opted for a suite of rose gold Clash de Cartier talismans, including double-row earrings studded with diamonds, a chunky bracelet and a bejewelled ring.

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