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D`Orlan gold necklace & pendant, enamel coiled gilt chain, 1980’s, Canadian
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D`Orlan gold necklace & pendant, enamel coiled gilt chain, 1980’s, Canadian

Code: 10884

Price: £95 / $114 / €112 / ¥791

Height: 45cm (17.7")     Width: 8cm (3.1")
Depth: 0.6cm (0.2")
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D`Orlan gold necklace & pendant, cream & white enamel on a coiled gold plated gilt chain, 1980`s ca, Canadian.

This item has been gently cleaned while respecting the vintage patina and is ready to wear.  New quality black leatherette gift box included.

At the focal point of this necklace boldly sits a cream & white enamel `knot` pendant. The oversized knot is outlined with gilt trim. The results is a sculptural pendant with depth. At the top of the pendant there is a loop & bail also in gilt. 

This pendant is on a coiled gold plated gilt snake chain. The clasp has decorative details where it attaches to the chain.

The reverse of the pendant is textured gilt and stamped  ©  D`Orlan 4523.

Gift box included.

In very good vintage condition including the enamel. There is some rubbing to the gilt chain as expected with wear.

Additional dimensions:

The pendant has the following dimensions: Length: 8 cm, Width: 8 cm, Depth: 0.6 cm.

Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care while packing. For safe transport the boxed necklace would be wrapped in bubble wrap & foam. It would be then put into another box with loose fill packing nuts, safe for posting with a courier. We ship with reliable couriers (signed for, tracked & insured).

  • Within London (UK): £ Free
  • UK Mainland: £ Free
  • European Union: £ 20
  • United States/Canada: £ Free
  • Australia: £ 20
  • Japan: £ 35
  • Rest of the World please enquire.


In the 1950`s Maurice Bradden managed a jewellery factory for Avon a surprising direction for the trained  tool & dye maker. In the mid 1950’s he worked under the famous costume jewellery designer Marcel Boucher of New York. Returning to Toronto in 1957 he opened his own jewellery factory. Distributed throughout the world, the D`Orlan line is most famous for manufacturing for “Lancel” and “Nina Ricci” fashion jewellery.
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