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  • Preowned Poured Glass 'pineapple' Brooch, Maison Gripoix, 1960s
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    Preowned Poured Glass 'pineapple' Brooch, Maison Gripoix, 1960s
    Quirky And Charming Brooch, In The Form Of A 'pineapple', Made By Maison Gripoix In The 1960S. Transparent Poured Glass Form The Leaves On The Top, , Opaque Turquoise Cabuchons Portray The Uneven Surface Of The Pineapple Itself, Interspersed With Clear Paste Highlights. Marked 'depose' On The Clip, This Piece Was Most Probably Designed For One Of The Parisian Couture Houses, Its Coloration - Summery And Light.The Oldest And Probably The Most Well Known Workshop Of Bijoux De Haute Couture, Maison Gripoix Has Endured For Four Generations Of The Family , Their Most Famous Collaborator And Customer Being Coco Chanel, Who Started Working With Suzanne Gripoix In The 1920S , Continuing Through Until 1969. Known For Their Technique Of Imitating Mother Of Pearl, And Creating Iconic Creations In Nacre And Poured Glass, Delicate Metal And Glass Flowers Being A Signature Model, As Well As The Famous ‘Lily Of The Valley’ Brooch For Christian Dior. Working With Lanvin, Poiret At The Beginning Though Chanel , Dior And Many Of The 1950S Couturiers, Yves Saint Laurent Through To Christian Lacroix, Jean Paul Gaultier And Marc Jacobs In More Recent Times.
  • Preowned Massive Maison Gripoix Butterfly Brooch
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    Preowned Massive Maison Gripoix Butterfly Brooch
    Massive And Elaborate Maison Gripoix Large Scale Butterfly Brooch, Attributed To Jean Patou. Hand Made In Emerald, Ruby And Jet Pate De Verre With Crystal Paste Accents. Good Condition, Minor Losses. Length 4.50" X Width 3.75".
  • Preowned Chanel [by Maison Gripoix] Poured Glass And Baroque Pearl Necklace,1985.
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    Preowned Chanel [by Maison Gripoix] Poured Glass And Baroque Pearl Necklace,1985.
    Joyous Baroque Fantasy Necklace Of Leaves And Flower Motifs, Typical Work Of Gripoix For Chanel In The 1980S.Not Much Needs To Be Said About Coco Chanel, So Famous And Successful A Designer Is She!Chanel Opened Her First Costume Jewellery Collection In 1924, Many Years In Advance Of What Was To Become A Worldwide And Continuing Fashion. Whilst Many Disapproved Of Costume Jewellery , Praising Fine Or Real Jewellery, Chanel Championed The Merits Of Faux Jewellery, Often Mixing Both Together, Stating That Real Jewellery Would No More Enhance The Wearer That Faux! This Supremacy Of Costume Jewellery Over Real Continued All Through Her Career, (All Of Which Is Now Legendary,through Numerous Books And Films.), Continuing Right Through To The Creations Of The Current Day.
  • Preowned Art Deco Maison Gripoix Crystal And Diamante Long Sautoir
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    Preowned Art Deco Maison Gripoix Crystal And Diamante Long Sautoir
    Art Deco Maison Gripoix Faceted Crystal Ring And Diamante Cluster Long Flapper Style Sautoir. Hundreds Of Hand Sewn Pastes Are Used As Connectors Between The Rings. This Substantial Necklace Is Imitative Of The Rage For Rock Crystal And Diamond Jewels Of The Early 1920S. Excellent Condition. Made In France. Length 33", Wide 1". No Closure.'
  • Preowned Rare Gripoix French Pate De Verre Leaf Bracelet
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    Preowned Rare Gripoix French Pate De Verre Leaf Bracelet
    French Pate De Verre Leaf Bracelet Of Red And White Glass,an Early Example Of Gripoix's Oevre.7.5" Longest Leaf 2"
  • Preowned Maison Gripoix Ruby Pate De Verre Necklace
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    Preowned Maison Gripoix Ruby Pate De Verre Necklace
    Art Deco Ruby Pate De Verre Rondel Bead Necklace With Pave Ball Spacers From Maison Gripoix. Hand Made Ruby Glass Rondels. 1920's France. Excellent Condition.
  • Preowned Maison Gripoix Moughal Multistrand Necklace
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    Preowned Maison Gripoix Moughal Multistrand Necklace
    Maison Gripoix Multi Strand Necklace With Matching Poured Glass Clasp With Pearl And Pate De Verre Handmade Beads. France 1930's. Excellent Condition.
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