Offering a vintage necklace from Lanvin dating 1980's-90's. THe House of Lanvin, a haute couture fashion design company located in Paris,has been on the cutting edge of fashion for many years and has maintained a sterling reputation because of its timeless and classic designs. Its items sell for thousands of dollars and are only found in the top tier of retail stores. It is very rare to find this necklace at a reasonable price.This necklace is a very popular style but difficult to find. It is their "Pom Pom" necklace, named because it has a huge flower like ornament similar to a pom pom. This necklace is a bright lemon yellow that although very sunny looking also has a delicate look. The pom pom measures 3" in diameter and is made of a soft yellow fabric that is ruffled, ruched and folded to look like petals of a flower. Interspersed within this array of yellow petals are "petals"of khaki green thin chiffon like material. The ends of the petals are frayed, that is the look.The pom pom is thick and full. Extending out from this wonderful floral "ball" are large yellow pearl like beads. They are at times wrapped with this wonderful yellow fabric creating an unusual effect: fragile and feminine yet rough and unfinished at the same time. A lemon yellow grosgrain fabric extends from the pearls. THis fabric is 1" wide. THe ends are tied for self closure.THe entire necklace measures 45" and thus this necklace can be used tied at its ends, wrapped around the neck for a choker effect or at any length in between. The oval silvertone name tag cartouche is attached, "Lanvin, Paris, Made in France. This necklace is not for everyone. It is unusual, high style and makes quite a statement. Yet is is the essence of femininity . Is it for you?
Condition: Excellent Vintage COndition
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