Vintage Rhinestone Bracelet

Rare Vtg 7-1/4x1-1/2 Signed Schiaparelli Goldtone Jet Black Glass Bracelet A2

Rare Vtg 7-1/4x1-1/2 Signed Schiaparelli Goldtone Jet Black Glass Bracelet A2
Rare Vtg 7-1/4x1-1/2 Signed Schiaparelli Goldtone Jet Black Glass Bracelet A2

Rare Vtg 7-1/4x1-1/2 Signed Schiaparelli Goldtone Jet Black Glass Bracelet A2    Rare Vtg 7-1/4x1-1/2 Signed Schiaparelli Goldtone Jet Black Glass Bracelet A2

Rare High End Designer Rare Vintage 7-1/4x1-1/2 Signed Schiaparelli Gold Tone Jet Black Glass Link Statement Bracelet A2. Designer Signed Piece - Matching Clip Earrings Listed in my Store. I leave the cleaning of all vintage jewelry to the new owner. This amount will be added to your invoice. All the jewelry listed in my store is authentic vintage.

Elsa Schiaparelli Jewelry History Late 1920s1974. Elsa Schiaparelli was born in Rome, Italy in 1890.

She moved to Paris in the 1920s where she opened her first couture fashion house. She licensed her name for mass production of costume jewelry and accessories made by David Lisner Co.

Which was also the authorized American agent and distributor for her earlier French-made pieces. In 1947, she created clothing in hot pink color, for before that time, black, brown and blue were the only popular and basic colors in womens clothing.

Top designers for her establishment were Jean Schlumberg (designed the Circus collection), Serge Matta, Pierre Hubert Givenchy, Cecil Beaton, and Jean Clement. In 1949, the Ralph De Rosa Company produced Schiaparelli jewelry. Schiaparelli earlier jewelry, was showy, imaginative, and bold with innovative designs but in her later years, the jewelry lacked the "off the wall" look of her earlier work. She is best known for her whimsical designs taking inspiration from nature, the circus themes, and the signs of the zodiac.

Her jewelry designs also include Native African Art, and Jungle Primitives. She designed chunky suites with prong-set molded iridescent glass stones (called watermelon) and aurora borealis rhinestones (developed by Swarovski in 1955) or large faceted colored glass stones that were produced in the mid 1950s. The company used pot-metal, sterling silver and gold plated backings. Elsa retired in 1954 with the Schiaparelli line discontinued around 1955.

Lydo Coppola (married name Toppo), in Paris, designed pieces for Schiaparelli early in her career. Schiaparelli early 1930s pieces were unsigned and are rarely ever seen today. In the late 1930s, jewelry pieces were signed "schiaparelli" in lower case block letters up until 1949 and "Schiaparelli" in script after 1949, and "Designed in Paris-Created in America" 1949. Elsa died in Paris in 1973. Her jewelry is highly sought after and very collectible.

This information was written b y House of Francheska. The item "Rare Vtg 7-1/4x1-1/2 Signed Schiaparelli Goldtone Jet Black Glass Bracelet A2" is in sale since Monday, April 16, 2018. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Costume\Designer, Signed\Bracelets". The seller is "deb43017" and is located in Dublin, Ohio. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Schiaparelli
  • Metal: Gold Plated
  • Main Stone: Rhinestone
  • Material: Glass
  • Style: Statement

Rare Vtg 7-1/4x1-1/2 Signed Schiaparelli Goldtone Jet Black Glass Bracelet A2    Rare Vtg 7-1/4x1-1/2 Signed Schiaparelli Goldtone Jet Black Glass Bracelet A2