Thursday, June 05, 2008

Kenneth Jay Lane Coral Necklaces

Looking for a colorful summer necklace? Kenneth Jay Lane is the answer! The first option is a set of two serpentine sautoirs with black, coral, and turquoise colored beads, a classic but nonetheless eye-catching selection. The second is a gold, coral enamel, and crystal necklace that looks very much like a skyscraper being moved on two wheels. It is a great piece for, say, a vacation to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where the famed Cape Hatteras Lighthouse was moved 1600 feet from the pounding surf in a feat of great engineering prowess. Commemorate man's ingenuity in style!

Set of Two Kenneth Jay Lane Serpentine Sautoirs with Black, Coral, and Turquoise Colored Beads, c. 1970s. Measures 38" and 30". SOLD

Kenneth Jay Lane "Skyscraper Being Moved on Two Wheels" Coral-Colored Gold Necklace, c. 1970s. SOLD
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