Costume jewellery was born during the Second World War when many European high jewellery designers and craftsmen relocated to the US and started replicating the expensive high jewellery using affordable metals and synthetic materials. Now, it is a jewellery trend loved by many where you can wear replicated high-jewellery design every day at the fraction of the price.
For those who love this trend, make sure to check out the Emiliana Spring Show 2017 where over 500 pieces of vintage jewellery dating from the early 20th century to the 1960s will be on showcased. The collection from the vintage jewellery collector and dealer features pieces from renowned brands and designers like Boucher, Jomaz, Kramer, Panetta, Pennino, Trifari and a limited collection of rare and original Art Deco pieces all ranging from HK$500 to HK$4,000.
The exclusive showcase will be held a hotel suite on Stanley Street. Due to limited capacity, make sure to register here to pick your selected time slot. Once registered, you will receive directions to the exhibition venue.
Highlights from the sale:
1950s Panetta single-strand hand-knotted glass pearl necklace with a fan-shaped bezel-set rhinestone pendant ad glass teardrop glass pearl in rhodium-plated settings
1950s Pennino prong-set oval cabochon moonstone round-cut clear rhinestone necklace and bracelet demi parure in textured gold-plated settings