They say in fashion that everything is cyclical, and eventually comes back around, that everything old is new again. And while that may never hold true for Puritan buckle shoes, it most certainly applies to fashion from the art deco-licious Jazz Era. Though it may be best not to call it a comeback, since art deco never really left. Regardless, thanks to last year's opulent, optical feast for the eyes - Baz Luhrman's hyper-kinetic, gin-soaked film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby," the 1920's and 1930's are roaring once again! Like kittens mesmerized by a ball of gold yarn, your eyes can't help but be hypnotically transfixed to the shimmering mirage of mini gold metal 'paillettes' that make up the beaded exterior of this gilded clutch purse. And only the most discerning eye would notice a few of the gold discs have fallen loose along one corner. A fabulous, gold rhinestone fold-down clasp makes for a simple yet secure closure. The lining is - you guessed it - gold silk! And the tag, still intact, proudly displays the famous Whiting & Davis name brand. Still as chic as it was over 80 years ago, and still as chic as it was when it was dusted off for a few visits to Studio 54 in the 1970's, this bag is sure to prove a traffic-stopper, provided it has YOU carrying it! Dimensions: 5.25"L x 3.75"W x 0.5"H Weight: 5 oz.