One of the most famous design series from Napier. Approx. Size: 8" (20 cm) long; charms range from .5" to 1.5" in length. Condition: Very good. Mark/Label: Napier. Vintage piece - Get it before it's gone.
Incredible charm bracelet from Napier.
One in a series during the 1950s designed by Eugene Bertoli under the direction of Frederick Rettenmeyer, head designer of Napier form 1907 - 1964.
Large Chinoiserie charms on a silverplate book chain.
This bracelet is loaded with faux stones in blue lapis, green jade, orange coral and turquoise.
Asian symbols include a Chinese junk, bells, lanterns, and snake.
Faux Onyx and pearl necklace with rhinestone roundel accents.
Large black tassel hangs from enamel beads.
Comes with original box. http://bit.ly/2IgJ31U
Kenneth Jay Lane is one of the most successful costume jewelers of all time. He got his start designing shoes for Delman and Christian Dior, using his free time to create jewelry. By the late 60s, he had opened his own design house. Lane has designed jewelry all across the price spectrum from unique designs for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis to Avon; from Bergdorf Goodman to QVC. His jewelry is known for it's high quality and incredible style range from classic pearls and gold metal door knocker earrings to ethnic tribal pieces and even over-the-top rococo and baroque designs. KJL has designed for many companies over the past 50 years and the age of his pieces can be determined by the mark. Every woman should have at least one piece of KJL in her collection.