Vintage “Poème Métallique” necklace, Jacques Esterel

€379
SHOP NOW
  • Expedition 2 to 5 working days
  • Secure payment
Need some advice?
Contact us: shop@thefrenchjewelrypost.com

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

 

If you would like to consult a fine jewelry expert or find out more about the delivery price abroad and potential taxes, please email us.

 

Explore the SHOP

Vintage gold and angel skin coral ring

Vintage American gold chain bracelet

 

My favorites

Vintage belt necklace, Chanel

Fresh and spring-like, this vintage necklace in gold metal is adorned with animal charms: rabbits, ladybugs, mice and even winking owls. Presented in

A "Skier" vintage brooch, Sonia Rykiel

This brooch is just so Rykiel! We can make out the pretty little face, the red and black sequined beret, the flying marabou bolero and the striped knitwear.

"Make Up" vintage charms bracelet, Chanel

This jaunty Chanel vintage bracelet plays the miniaturization card. The tinkling charms come in symbols and motifs emblematic of the house.

1990s necklace, Hervé Van der Straeten

Formed by stylized sunbeams cut out of a gilt metal plaque, this 1990s necklace is typical of the powerful, sculptural, highly refined style of Hervé Van...

Imperial topaz and fine pearls brooch, 19th century

This imperial topaz of over 16 carats boasts a particularly sought-after shade: champagne and peach (i.e. pinky-orange) at each end.

Vintage gold coin bracelet

The bracelet is self-sufficient, but is given additional charm by the intriguing coin, affixed at some unknown date.