Vintage necklace and earrings from Christian Dior date to the late 1960's and are made of gold-toned metal with faceted glass stones and glass cabochons. Both pieces are signed and dated. Earrings feature clip backs.
Fabulous and rare 1968 Christian Dior Necklace with faux pearls and clear rhinestones are set in gold-toned metal. The necklace is made to resemble branch coral. Center back clasp bears the maker's name and date.
Condition: Good with some faint darkening in some areas possibly due to perfume or hairspray residue. Discoloration is much more noticeable on the interior than exterior of necklace.
Triangular shaped. Pierced back. Raised crescents of sterling silver. Amethyst cabochons set in silver. Signature is very difficult to make out. We believe it says "Wolf Lorch". Purchased at "Ilona & Gallery", which is an art gallery and dealer in West Bloomfield, Michigan.
Ornate brooch from Christian Lacroix is made out of various shaped, faceted rhinestones in clear and amber that are set in gold-toned metal. Brooch is arced and depicts floral sprays. Leaves are set with rhinestones arranged in a pavé pattern. Signed on backside.
Vintage brooch from Gianni Versace likely dates to the 1980's through 1990's and is made of silver-toned metal with clear rhinestones set throughout. It depicts a flower with three-dimensional petals. Measures 5 1/4" in length and 7/8" at the widest point.
Stunning statement necklace from Jan Pomianowski is comprised of nuggets of Baltic amber and amethyst along with pearls that are set in polished sterling silver.
About Jan Pomianowski- Jan Pomianowski was born in 1958. Graduated from the Faculty of Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, from studios of two professors: Wladyslaw Jackiewicz and Kiejstut Bereźnicki. For 25 years, He's been creating an unique jewelry. Completely handmade, single specimens of necklaces, bracelets, brooches ... His characteristic products can be found in prestigious Polish galleries. They also successfully sold on the the United States, Russia, Australia and Germany markets.
Condition: Excellent. Wear consistent with age and use.
Vintage necklace from Miriam Haskell dates to the 1950's through 1960's and is comprised of a double strand of cream-colored baroque pearls with a cluster of large baroque pearls at the center neck. Rhinestones of various colors and sizes are prong-set in gold-toned metal filigree. Push lock closure at back is decorated with pearls. Necklace is stamped on the back of the clasp.
Gorgeous multi-strand necklace accented with inlaid stones and shells is from the Santo Domingo pueblo. Triple strand turquoise heshi has two inlaid plaques on each side at regular intervals between them. The inlay creates a striking color combination and graphic effect. Five drop inlaid "fingers" fan out slightly. The length of the necklace is adjustable and reversible.