Fabulous Vintage Valentino 1970's Mother of Pearl, Agate and Shell Necklace with matching bracelet
This gorgeous necklace features a central carved Mother of pearl curved bar with gold spikey beads and stacked natural stone stations.
The stones and shells are suspended from a pretty twisted link chain.
Wearable length is 30 inches.
Bracelet mimics the design of the necklace, it is 7.5 inches but could be extended
SO PRETTY! Excellent Vintage condition.
Necklace and bracelet have original paper hang tags.
Very good size and very wearable.
These also work great with the companion Valentino pieces in separate listings.
Please check those listings to maximize your style.
New Old Stock so in Excellent Vintage condition,
It is stunning on. Lovely for dress up or casual wear, so very versatile and Classic Style.
All the Stations are in beautiful condition. Unbelievable to find these matching pieces.
These are from a Boutique I bought in Atlanta, I believe the owner kept these because they were Samples.
Many were on original velvet boards and the tags have the original wholesale prices and descriptions of what colors were available.
I purchased a large approximately 50-75 piece collection.
I also was able to purchase about 40 pieces of Valentino New Old Stock as well with original tags.
Look for those listings in my shop, these pieces will go quickly as they are very rarely available.
This necklace is signed not signed but has the paper hangtag and matches the earrings and bracelet perfectly.
Please see the photos.
This Set is very eye catching.
Please check my other listings for companion sets.
A little bit about Valentino according to Worthpoint
Valentino Garavani and Giancarlo Giammetti founded the House of Valentino in 1960, according to the Valentino website. The acclaimed fashion house has designed both haute couture and ready-to-wear clothing collections in the ensuing decades, along with various accessories for both men and women.
Jewelry for Valentino was produced by several well-known European costume jewelry firms, including Coppola e Toppo, Hurel, and the Soriano sisters, according to “Costume Jewelry for Haute Couture” by Florence Muller. Many of those pieces were limited creations for runway wear. Jewelry collections accompanying ready-to-wear clothing lines were made as well, particularly in the 1980s and '90s. These are the types of pieces most often found by collectors today.
These pieces are all circa 1970, when Valentino was using the round cartouche and had just begun using the Oval with V logo design on jewelry.
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