EVOCATIVE VINTAGE 1920s LISNER Necklace and Bracelet Paired with Erwin Pearl Earrings *signed* Highly Polished Gold Tone Demi Parure
Vintage jewelry collectors appreciate Lisner fashion jewelry for its modern, art-inspired beauty. Victor Ganz may be well-known for his art collection, but he should also be remembered for the artistic, classic jewelry he created like this gorgeous, gold link necklace and bracelet set. It is stunning for dress or casual wear, sparkling and shining, it really dazzles! It has a sophisticated look and would make an excellent gift for vintage lovers and collectors of exquisite Lisner jewelry!
The pieces in this gorgeous parure feature mirror like, highly polished, gold tone, wavy links which lay elegantly on the neck and wrist. They're lightweight and dazzling, perfect for any occasion. The necklace measures approx. 17"L x 1"W, the bracelet measures 7.25"L x 1"W and both are in excellent vintage condition.
Note to collectors: The original LISNER tag is sold with this set which is unsigned.
The 'Erwin Pearl' earrings match perfectly, measure approx. 1.75"L x 1"W are signed on the back of the clip on mechanism.
Please be sure take a look at the other Lisner jewelry available in our shop!
The D. Lisner Company was officially founded in New York City, in 1904, which was largely wholesale and was comprised of goods imported from Europe, including jewelry. Around the 1930's, importing jewelry and rhinestones from Europe proved difficult and they wanted a nautical look for the upcoming season, so they would contract for the new line with a factory in Providence that specialized in nautical jewelry. Once considered "junk jewelry," vintage Lisner pieces have only recently become collectible. In the 1990s, collectors realized that the clever shapes and bright colors of the company's cheaply made plastic leaves and baubles possessed a unique beauty. The value of Lisner jewelry has surged in the last couple of decades and is coveted worldwide. Lisner jewelry has not been manufactured since the mid-1980s.
$279.00 Regular Price