Monday, September 22, 2008


Luxe hippie looks right again and the gilt faux jewels below are sure to spice up your ensembles and give them a little ethnic luxe.

The first necklace is a signed Valentino necklace of unexpected materials. A dark chocolate (that color, again) cord attaches to a groovy mix of Chinese charms, gold bars and colorful free-form glass beads. It is really a great piece. We can't wait to see who buys it!

The second necklace is by our dear friend Anonyme. Who is Anonyme? Good question. Anyway, the necklace is really anonymous and a great mix of gilt chains, glass beads, and Fleur De Lys centered pendant of hammered metal. Delicious.

The last, but hardly least piece, is again Anonyme and looks like someone took some gold tin foil and crunched it up and then be-dazzled it. Gosh, that's an awful description, but the cuff is a wonderful juxtaposition of sculptured gold metal and bold iridescent crystals.

Valentino cord necklace with gold Asian accents and glass beads, c late 1970s. Cord 16", plus pendant with charms an additional 10" at its longest point. SOLD
Anonymous gilt gold adjustable luxe hippie necklace with dramatic pendant and gold fringe, c 1970s. Necklace portion flexible to 16", pendant approximately 7" at longest point to point
Anonymous free form gold "tin foil" cuff with large crystals, c 1980s. 4" at widest point.
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