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.
Vintage brooch likely dates to the 1960's and is made of clear prong-set rhinestones of varying sizes. Very rare extra large size. Due to the length of the spider's legs, the pin would most likely have to be worn on the shoulder. Unsigned.
Condition: Excellent with minor wear to the largest stone.
Length of Body (including head): 2 5/8" Width: 3 7/8" Length: 3 1/4"
Vintage necklace from Pauline Trigère dates to the 1960's and is made of gold-toned metal. U-shaped rings with curled ends are held together by o-rings and the result resembles chain maille. Signed near the clasp. Adjustable length.
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.
Pendant/brooch from the late New Orleans designer Anne Pratt is made of sterling silver and 18 karat gold. It features mabe pearls next to two diamonds. Relief decoration appears to be an ancient Greek scene with a satyr being given gifts from three humans.
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.
Vintage earrings from Chanel likely date to the 1980's through the 1990's. They are made of gold-toned metal and feature Chanel's iconic Camellia flower with the interlocking C's logo. Clip-on style. They measure 1 5/8" in diameter.