Modernist spider pendant necklace
Gold-tone Modernist necklace from Lanvin Vintage featuring a bayonet fastening, a brown and black enamel pendant and a long articulated circular chain. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections. Marked: Lanvin Paris on tag. The pendant measures: 6 x 3.8cm and the chain measures 88cm - 34 2/3 in. From the Seventies.
Made in France
Designer Style ID: ST1171
Farfetch ID: 10677903
Below are the measurements for Vintage Jewellery in size One Size
- 88 cm
- 4 cm
- 34.6 in
- 1.6 in
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- Metal (Other)
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The Parisian house of Lanvin was created by Jeanne Lanvin and became one of the most influential design houses of the early Twentieth Century. The Lanvin look of intricate trimmings, embroideries and beaded decoration continues to this day, with Lanvin now under the lauded stewardship of Alber Elbaz, Artistic Director since 2001. Elbaz’s beautifully feminine take on the aesthetic has garnered him a huge female fan-club and the menswear line is now beginning to follow suit.