Vintage “Poème Métallique” necklace, Jacques Esterel

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The French fashion designer Jacques Esterel designed this magnificent necklace, one of his “Poèmes Métalliques” in the 70s. The metal is cut in order to form thin strips reminiscent of kinetic art.

 

Jacques Esterel enjoyed immense popularity in the 1970s. He designed many uniforms for airlines but also Brigitte Bardot’s wedding dress. Well before Jean-Paul Gaultier (who learned the ropes working for Esterel), his fashion shows featured men in skirts.

 

Lenght of the necklace: 55 cm

Height of the pendant: 10×3.5 cm.

Signed: JE Paris

 

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