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Vintage

Midcentury Lucite Choker

Code Red Vintage Boutique

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Midcentury Lucite Choker
Midcentury Lucite Choker
Midcentury Lucite Choker
Midcentury Lucite Choker
Midcentury Lucite Choker

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1970s

Condition:

Very Good; small superficial scuff to metal pendant

Materials:

lucite/metal

Size:

15" L x 2.5" W

Color/Finish:

cream/gold

Why We Love This

Abstract Lucite pendant necklace. Pendant is on an omega chain. Unsigned.
As described by Code Red Vintage Boutique

Why We Love This

Abstract Lucite pendant necklace. Pendant is on an omega chain. Unsigned.

About Code Red Vintage Boutique

Coming from an artistic background, I look for jewelry that makes a statement and sparks the imagination. Growing up in Atlanta's oldest suburb, antiquing was a way of life. My mother was a collector and traveled the South harvesting her treasures. I travel the same route, from New Orleans to Charleston, hand-selecting each piece of wearable art I offer.