Kenneth Jay Lane 1990s Faux Pearl Vintage Bracelet

This refined and elegant bracelet was made by Kenneth Jay Lane It dates from the 1990s.

Condition Report:



For more information about this bracelet, read below...

More details


Add to cart


The Details...

This bracelet features two strands of faux pearls and a highly decorative box-clasp fastening. The panel that decorates the fastening is silver tone, encrusted with round and baguette cut diamantes in an Art Deco style design. The bracelet is signed - KJL and a copyright symbol is stamped into a plaque on the reverse of the design panel. The bracelet measures 16cm in length. To learn more about Kenneth Jay Lane jewellery, visit our 'Designers' page. 

A Short History...

The popularity of the use of faux pearls within costume jewellery is undeniable. In the 1980s, they were often paired with gold tone - a trend led by the likes of Chanel and Moschino. This bracelet represents an alternative way of styling pearls in the Eighties - some design companies, such as Monet and Kenneth Jay Lane, created delicate pieces to cater for the bridal market and resemble the fine jewelllery designs of the Twenties and Thirties. 

Wear it With...

Beautifully bridal, this bracelet would look exceptionally elegant paired with a long line, minimal, satin gown.