We are crazy about this Robert Goossens collier. Now, it's not a choker, let's make that clear, but it's not a long sautoir, either. The length of this unusual necklace looks really fresh to us. Made of metal dore (do you like all of our fancy French words today?), a woven rope link attaches to rings that are encrusted with purple and lilac shades of Swarovski crystals. Goossens was discovered by Coco Chanel in the 1950s and we can tell why! A necklace like this designed for his own House is a great example of the panache of designer costume jewelry. As fulfilling as the real thing, sometimes bijoux fantasie delivers better than Cartier or Boucheron.
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