A rare signed Louis Rousselet piece. Approx. Size: 7" long (17.5 cm) Condition: Very good, Mark/Label: LR in script, Made in France Vintage item - Get it before it’s gone
Signed Louis Rousselet bracelet.
Possibly made for Coco Chanel's boutique.
Emerald green poured glass.
Freshwater pearl linked clusters.
Gold-tone metal setting.
Decorate box clasp. http://bit.ly/2Dxg5JQ
Parisian jewelry Louis Rousselet (1892-1980) was known for his glass and Galalith beadwork and pearls. His business grew into one of the largest bead suppliers in the world and workers trained for years to learn his techniques. Rousselet was a true artist creating new types and innovative designs for glass beads and pearls. His work appeared in the boutiques of Coco Chanel as well as Jaques Fath and Piere Balmain. His jewelry was worn by many celebrities including movie and theater stars. His daughter continued on with the business which eventually closed in the 1970s. Most of his jewelry was unsigned and came with a paper tag. His components and findings are unique and recognizable. Signed pieces are very rare.
Unique handmade metal purse. Approx. Size: 5" x 4" x 1.5" (12.5 x 10 x 4 cm); Cord 28" long (71 cm) Condition: Very good Mark/Label: Original Lunacy Designs card One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone.
Small hammered metal purse.
Seashell design on lid trimmed in brass.
Rosette locking clasp.
Long black cord strap. Shorten by knotting the cord.
New old stock with tag.
This purse is covered in clear acrylic finish so no polishing is needed.
Fun minaudière for cocktail parties.
Artist Mary Mundy created a variety of handmade metal purses under the Lunacy Designs label. The company was discontinued sometime after 2012
Lovely veiling on this Emme cocktail hat. Approx. Hat Size (cm): 19.5" (50 cm); Total Diameter: 11" (28); Crown Height: 2." (5) . Condition: Minor wear commensurate with age. A few small breaks in the netting. Mark/Label: Emme, Innes Department Store (Wichita, KS). One of Kind - Get it before it's gone.
Black silk cocktail hat with hat pin.
Decorative black netting.
Elaborate stitching with an upturned brim.
Veiling may be worn down over the face or over the brim.
Emme was started by Ethel Price in the 1920s. Based in New York City, her hats graced the heads of many celebrities. In the 1950s her daughter joined company management. Adolfo, Frank Olive and Mr. Arnold all designed for Emme before starting their own millinery businesses.
Bright enamel and rhinestones make this bracelet and earrings set shine. Approx. Sizes: Bracelet: 8" x 1.5" (20 x 4 cm); Earrings: 2" x 1.5" (5 x 4 cm) Condition: Very Good. Mark/Label: Valentino V One of Kind vintage set - Buy Now.
Beaded bracelet and clip earrings set.
Red and green glass beads
Square centers in red and green enamel outlined with sparkling crystals
Oversized gold metal heart earrings by Chanel. Approx. Size: 4 1/2" x 2" at widest. (11.5 x 5 cm) Condition: Very Good Mark/Label: Chanel, Made in France, the 93p on each side of the mark indicates the year and season. Only one - Get it before it's gone.
Large gold metal dangle earrings.
Spiral and fixed chain button top.
Chain drop with arrows.
Oversized heart in stippled gold metal.
Graffiti engraved hearts with Chanel Cambon Paris. (Cambon is the street where Chanel is located in Paris).
Intricate heavy link bracelet from Chanel. Approx. Size: 2 1/4" Inner dimension; (5 cm); .75" wide (2 cm) Condition: Very Good Mark/Label: Chanel, made in France, the 2 and 3 on each side of the mark indicate the season.
Sensational bracelet from Chanel that looks like a shirt cuff. Approx. Size : Interior dimensions 2.125" - 2.25" (5 - 5.5 cm); 2.5" wide (6 cm) Condition: Very minor wear commensurate with use. The hinge has been repaired. Mark/Label: Chanel double Cs
This melon brooch is pretty enough to eat - but don't. Approx. Size: 1.25" x 2.75";(3 x 7 cm) Condition: Very Good. No dead stones Mark/Label: Givenchy Paris New York One of a kind vintage item - Buy Now.
A large slice of juicy melon in lucite acrylic.
Gold plated metal.
Sparkling diamante crystal seeds give this brooch a very witty style.
Hubert de Givenchy was one of the most important fashion designers of the 20th Century. He founded his fashion house in 1952 and dressed some of the most important women of the day. Audrey Hepburn was his most famous muse. He trained with the iconic designers Jacques Fath, Pierre Balmain, Christian Dior, and Elsa Schiaparelli.
The House of Givenchy was split in 1981, with the perfume line going to Veuve Clicquot, while the fashion branch was acquired by LVMH in 1989. LVMH eventually acquired the perfume business as well. Givenchy retired in 1995 and passed in 2018 at age 91. Subsequent designers for the house include John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Riccardo Tisci and the current head of design Claire Waight Keller.
A fun gift for your favorite music maker. Approx. Size: .50" x .25" (1.25 x .60 cm) Condition: Wear on black enamel wear commensurate with age. One links as more wear. Mark/Label: Swank One of kind - Get it before it’s gone.
Shiny silver metal musical cufflinks. Black enamel centers. Double notes make a great gift for your favorite music teacher. From noted men's accessory maker Swank. Bullet and toggle close.
A unique set of cufflinks for a collector. Approx. Size: 1.25" long (3 cm) Condition: Very good, minor wear on the back. Mark/Label: None Get it before it's gone.
Vintage gold metal cufflinks designed as a scrimshaw horn. The scrimshaw is of clipper sailing ships. A decorative silver chain connects between each end of the horn. Bullet and toggle close. Scrimshaw is a decorative art of sailors all the way from ancient mariners of scenes on bone or ivory.
A unique gift for your favorite music maker. Approx. Size: 1" x .75" (2.5 x 2 cm) Condition: Minor on enamel wear commensurate with age. Mark/Label: Swank One of kind - Get it before it’s gone.
Brushed silver rectangular links with black enamel inlay. Black sets off the raised silver metal treble clef symbol. Matching tie tack with silver metal button chain. The perfect accessory for a musician.
Reproduction of the brooch Kenneth Jay Lane (KJL) designed for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the 1970s.
Marquis crystals in silver collets surround a massive emerald cut crystal.
Crystals are gold foiled and open set for maximum sparkle.
This version was made in the 1990s.
Kenneth Jay Lane is one of the most successful costume jewelers of all time. He got his start designing shoes for Delman and Christian Dior, using his free time to create jewelry. By the late 60s, he had opened his own design house. Lane has designed jewelry all across the price spectrum from unique designs for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis to Avon; from Bergdorf Goodman to QVC. His jewelry is known for it's high quality and incredible style range from classic pearls and gold metal door knocker earrings to ethnic tribal pieces and even over-the-top rococo and baroque designs. KJL has designed for many companies over the past 50 years and the age of his pieces can be determined by the mark. Every woman should have at least one piece of KJL in her collection.