Approx. Size: Label size 28. But please check measurements below. Condition: Very good Mark/Label: Versace Jeans Couture One of a kind designer consignment piece - Get it before it’s gone.
Vintage skinny jeans with five pocket front and zipper fly. Versace Medusa logo button and studs. Red poppies on a white background. Waistband with belt loops. Slight stretch for a comfortable fit. 96% cotton, 4% spandex. Machine wash cold, line dry or professional dry clean.
Beautiful lightweight knit sweater in a gorgeous tone of green
Approx. Size Small, but please check measurements Condition: Very Good Mark/Label: Caledonia Knitwear Co. Vintage Item - Only one available - Buy Now
This short waisted vintage sweater is a classic 1950s - early 60s style with a stand up collar and self bow that can be worn several ways. Back zipper. Knit weave allows a little bit of see through, see full length photo. Cropped design will look great with this season's wide leg pants.
Fabulous link bracelet in white enamel. Atomic style lighting bolts and dots in inlaid gold metal. Fold over clasp. Large links really make a statement. Wear by itself or stack with a watch or more bracelets.
Shoe Size: 9 medium; length: 11" (28 cm); 4" heel (10 cm) Condition: Very good, Minor wear inside. Mark/Label: United Nude™ One of a kind designer consignment item. Get it before it's gone.
Open wedge that's sculpture for your feet. Bright orange leather upper. White nylon open wedge heel. This is the shoe that launched United Nude and a version has always been in their collection since 2004.
United Nude is a collaboration between Rem D Koolhaas, nephew of the famous architect and Galahad Clark a seventh generation shoemaker from Somerset, England whose family owns Clark’s shoes.
Beautiful white glass earrings, often called milk glass. Molded glass beads surround a center white glass cabachon. Small faux pearls complete the look in a silver metal setting.
Jacques Hobe', a master craftsman a jeweler to the French court, founded the Hobe Company in 1887 in Paris. His grandson William Hobe immigrated to New York City in the mid 1920s and established Hobe et Cie, a family business producing high quality costume jewelry.
Florence Ziegfeld commissioned Hobe to make stage jewelry for the Ziegfeld Follies leading to Hobe’s long association with the film industry. By the 1940s, Hobe jewelry was billed as “Jewels of Legendary Splendor" and advertised in magazines modeled by Hollywood’s movie stars such as Bette Davis and Carole Lombard. The family stopped producing jewelry in the 1990s, but a Hobe company still produces jewelry today.