Vintage Gucci Necklace 1970s
Gucci 1970s Necklace with Perfume Bottle Pendant
An iconic statement pendant from the 1970s Gucci archive.
Gucci started making jewellery in the 1970s alongside its classically chic handbags and shoes. Throughout this decade and into the 80s Gucci was synonymous with wealthy lifestyles, often borrowing symbolism from polo and yachting. In to the 90s, and the brand was brought back from the brink by Tom Ford with his new sleek glamourous aesthetic. And now, with Allesandro, the ultimate maximalist at the helm, Gucci has been transformed again to be one of the most desirable fashion houses in the world.
-Crafted from gold plated metal
-Perfume bottle pendant with a blue enamel Gucci logo
-Made in Italy in the 1970s
Size & Fit
-Chain length: 30ins / 76.2 cm
-Bottle: 1 5/16ins/3.33cm from the top of the cap and 1 1/8ins wide/2.85cm
Authenticity & condition
-Fully examined and authenticated by experts. Signed Gucci Italy on the top of the bottle. This was one of a limited number of pieces that were made to celebrate the 1974 launch of the first ever Gucci perfume - Gucci No 1 and the re-opening of the Rome store on Via Condotti. The Gucci logo appears on the front and back of the pendant.
-Mint condition with no imperfections. Comes with original box
Product code: 20.257
About Jagged Metal
We are curators and collectors of statement vintage and preloved jewellery from the most desirable fashion houses in the world. Our collection of striking designer vintage and preloved jewellery is dedicated to style-lovers who appreciate slow, sustainable luxury fashion with a story to tell. We scour the archives of Chanel, Gucci, Dior, YSL, Givenchy and many more to find pieces with a glittering past and a bright future in your life and wardrobe.
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