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Carrie breaks a heart, but not a diamond necklace
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Los Angeles-AP -- When Carrie broke the heart of her Russian lover on last night's finale of "Sex and the City," it also looked like she broke the diamond necklace he gave her.

But like most things on television, it wasn't as it seemed.

The necklace Carrie broke was actually a jewelry double.

A New York jeweler says the real diamond and platinum necklace is intact, at his jewelry store.

A crystal and silver version was used in the scene in which Carrie ends her romance with Mikhail Baryshnikov's character.

Jeweler Fred Leighton says the 20-carat, 55-thousand-dollar diamond necklace was created at the request of the show's star, Sarah Jessica Parker.

He says Parker has expressed interest in buying it. But he doesn't know if he'll sell it.

Leighton is making a smaller ten-carat necklace that sells for 25-thousand-dollars.

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