Réf 093 – Sculptural patinated bronze neckring designed by Estelle Barelier (French artist, sculptor and Jeweler)
Diam : 11,5 cm (fits a small/medium neck)
Markings : Nina Ricci
Provenance : Private collection of a Nina Ricci’s Executive in the 1980’
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(1883 – 1970)
Born in Turin in 1883, Maria Nielli became Nina Ricci upon arrival in Paris when she combined her nickname with her husband’s last name. Her Haute Couture house was founded in 1932, at 20 Rue de Capucines in Paris, complete with the design atelier and salons for fittings. Her technique, cuts, balance and materials conferred striking simplicity on the Nina Ricci woman.
Her son, Robert Ricci, created the Perfume department in 1941. Cœur-Joie appeared in 1946. Its bottle initiated the house’s longstanding collaboration with the crystal maker Lalique, which in 1948 created the celebrated bottle for L’Air du Temps. Crowned with crystal doves, it embodied love and liberty; the fragrance became the iconic perfume of the House. (© www.ninaricci.com)
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