It's Iconic: Bette Davis, The Queen Of Hollywood

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Few in the entertainment industry could deny that Bette Davis possessed all the legendary indestructibility of the New England Yankee that she was. Starting as a stage actress, she won spectacular fame as a screen star and, as she grew old, shifted effortlessly to high-paying television roles.

Miss Davis's two Oscars for best performance by an actress were won in 1935, for ''Dangerous,'' and in 1938, for ''Jezebel.'' But perhaps she is best recalled for her tour de force as Margo Channing, the tough-talking but soft-hearted stage actress in ''All About Eve,'' for which she was nominated for an Academy Award. She made almost 100 films. Her 10 nominations for Oscars are the most any actress has received!


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The Davis: 14K Gold Light Orange Pear Shape Shell Cameo found in the Sceptre & Sash showroom.