Monday, August 22, 2011

'A Very Stylish Girl ' Wearing Black Lucite c.1960


Anyone who has been around this blog lately 
knows of my urgent quest for 
an acrylic/lucite source.
On my journey I ran into this fantastic necklace.

Everyone knows this shot.
Imagine ....
if she did the look reversed.
She could be in all white with this 
WILLIAM DE LILLO necklace from the late 1960's.
MADE  IN THE USA

MADE  IN THE USA
LATE SIXTIES
WONDERFUL DRAMATIC GOLD GILT,FAUX DIAMOND 
AND BLACK LUCITE NECKLACE SIGNED DE LILLO 

What do you think?
Do you like it?
If you want to hear and look at more 
KILLER costume jewelry 
hit the arrow below on the picture   :)
Also the song; "A Very Stylish Girl'

Have a lovely Sunday with your families.
*thank you for tolerating my little political post
We can be friends and disagree as well.

Location of this fab necklace is:
MDVII
1507 1/2 Vallejo Street
San Francisco
CA, 94109
Phone: 415 931 4213
E-Mail: mdvii@me.com
Ref. : J11081368228

PS

My Mom could pull off wearing 
the  William De Lillo necklace beautifully.
Don't you think???
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16 comments:

  1. ABSOLUTELY! your Mom could pull that necklace off! She looks fabulous in that pic!!!

    I am into big costume rings right now!

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  2. Ivy,

    thank you -
    my mom was a VERY STYLISH GIRL!!!
    a knockout!
    and
    i am sooooo into vintage jewelry.
    i can get lost for hours at a good shop.
    i love it!!!

    xx thank you for the comment

    xx

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  3. What a beauty your Mom was in her day! I'll take the black but with silver instead of gold!

    Come to Hot-lanta and we'll go to the Jewelry Mart!

    xo

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  4. renae,
    i am with you....
    i love the first best of all.
    but....how about every other night of the week?
    hahahaha
    xxxx

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  5. WOW! Love the necklace! I love anything black, and this is stunning!
    Thank you for sharing, Renee.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  6. Oh la, la, your Mom was stunning!!! I too love vintage jewelry, bakelite particularly.

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  7. Now we see where you get your great looks and sense of style. Your mom is lovely!
    Angela and Renee

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  8. under the moss,

    thank you
    how sweet to say so!!!!
    xx

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  9. What a stunning lady, and yes, I love the necklace!! It's a must, Renee ~

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  10. Oh Renee! I saw so many beautiful
    pieces I would buy. Love the Cuff bracelet. Hope you still have the big Gold one I gave you.
    Where did you get that photo of me?
    That was about 1973. Nancy's wedding. How is Nancy doing?
    Love Mama XXXX
    Good Post.

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  11. i love your blog. You tell it like it is and are not afraid. you educate us. and you love beautiful things. we need to stick together us blog woman for our own better world. this is where it’s at. I’m about to turn 59 and I’m so over the goverment and what is happening to us. thanks for pointing this out. Know of any solutions?? more masterpiece theatre and less tv watching to poison our minds and think we need alot of persciption drugs that seem to dominate the commericals. Thank you again. Cynthia

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  12. beatnheart - cynthia


    i am lovin' your coment.

    yes.

    indeed.

    we must {open minded individuals} stick very close together.

    thank you xx

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  13. Darling, after tomorrow all your lucite troubles will be over!
    Boy was your mom something! I can so see her in that necklace. As far as politics, we could solve so many problems if we forced companies like GE and EXXON to pay taxes but instead they just force us to buy their stuff, tax it, then tax us again!
    Why don't we hold them accountable?

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  14. Renee, you are so right about that necklace against a white dress. Gorgeous!! It reminds me of a strand of black diamonds (yes, it was insanely gorgeous) I was see at my jewelers. I went in to have my rings cleaned and he let me try it on. The fire in those diamonds was amazing. Alas, black diamonds aren't in my budget.

    And thanks for the sweet comments you left on my blog about my daughter. I know, with those long lashes, she'll never need to buy mascara!

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  15. Dear Renee,
    I'm afraid that the necklace pales into insignificance after seeing the picture of your mum.
    She looks exquisite and, I know that she is looking just as beautiful in her more mature years.
    She is a stunner and you obviously take after her..... the necklace is pretty good too !! XXXX

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  16. Mixing black and white is always chic. loved your post!

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I have been in this business since the age of 22.

I love what I do and cannot imagine my life without Design.

Design Challenges are great.

And because of those challenges

I have imported fine antique pieces from Paris,

Designed and Manufactured Furniture,

Created Fantastic Window Treatments,

And solved all kinds of spatial & architectural issues

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If I can't find it, I create it.

My rooms would make excellent movie sets.

I am a visual, tactile and audio sensitive individual.

Creating is what I live for, not math, not spelling, not science.

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The atmosphere we wanted feel, smell and the sound we wanted to listen to.

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