Joyous Yves Saint Laurent 'daisy' pearl,gilt and black glass pendant, 1980s

Joyous Yves Saint Laurent 'daisy' pearl,gilt and black glass pendant, 1980s

500.00

This is such a great necklace, from the 1980, but with a 1960s innocence of design, this piece will kick start your Spring wardrobe. With cream wide legged trousers and a skinny striped wool sweater you can chase away the winter! The necklace features lucite faux pearls interspersed with colet set black glass elements. the gilt and pearl daisy pendant can also be worn as a brooch. Yves Saint Laurent was born in 1936, and became one of the 20th Century’s most famous and prolific fashion designers. Finding himself at the head of the House of Dior, after Dior’s death, from 1957 until 1960, his first collection there certainly turned the fortunes of the couture house and launched a stellar career for himself. Accessories had always held an important place in his work, and he became highly prolific in this field, taking on certain designers, notably Loulou De La Falaise, who took charge of accessories as well as being a celebrated muse for Laurent himself. The diversity of YSL jewellery is endless, working closely with Robert Goossens , amongst other established Parisian artisans, achieving jewels of a very high quality and strong design.

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