Henry Perichon (1910 - 1970), known as "Henry" is one of the most inventive jewelry designer of the period. His studio was located in Lyon, working on medium such as bronze, silver, white metal or resin (Talosel), his style is hard to define, reflecting many influences including Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Art Deco. Many famous actresses from the 1950/60s like Claudette Colbert, Suzanne Flon, Michele Morgan or Edwige Feuillére wore his jewelry on stage and in real life. This necklace is not signed but attributed To Henry. It is choker length and is 13 inches long and the central medallion is 1 3/4 inches wide, It has 6 different styles of chain and the center has square glass stones that are each housed in an individual setting. At first glance, this necklace looks simple but in the typical French way, you start to notice all the work that went into it. C. 1960.
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