Chanel Oversized Pearl Three Strand Necklace
Size Long / Ivory / Glass Pearl / Silver Metal
Our Price $2,990.00
Chanel 2014 Spring Collection Oversized Glass Pearl Three Strand Necklace
The Grand Palais was transformed into a gigantic white-walled hangar of paintings and sculptures for Chanel's Spring 2014 Ready to Wear Collection. An exhibition of the who's who of fashion with everybody from Cara Delevingne, to Sam Rollinson and Miranda Kerr, to Jay-Z rapping about Picassos in his casa and sleeping next to the Mona Lisa, it was a powerful, colourful fiesta of creativity infused with Lagerfeld humour.
The accessories carried on this artistic theme - spray painted rucksacks hung off the back of models carrying orange and pink Perspex bags in one hand and an artist's portfolio in the other - and huge pearl baubles at the neck or wrist were hopelessly desirable. The collection had all the signatures but mixed them up again to look modern, new and intoxicating. A collection we're sure Coco Chanel herself would have approved of, as although her ready-to-wear designs were understated, her jewelry was always bold, flashy and highly ornate.
This particular multi strand glass pearl necklace embodies all Chanel is renowned for. Chanel was notorious for layering on ropes of faux-pearls and necklaces that contrasted beautifully against her minimalist designs. This statement necklace will add a Chanel stamp of grandeur to all of your ensembles. It featured predominantly in the Spring 2014 RTW campaign and is an unforgettable Collector's piece. Worthy of the most discerning Chanel addict.
Condition: Excellent condition with minor signs of wear.
Comes with: box & PDF Certificate of Authenticity.
Measurements: 41cm drop to first strand, 55cm drop to longest strand, length end to end on shortest clasp 85cm to longest clasp 96cm. Diameter pearl drop pendant 3.5cm, diameter oversized pearl 5.5cm.
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