With both a pin and a bale, this lovely piece of KJL can be worn as a necklace or as a brooch. Paisley shapes surrounding a large faux pearl center. The paisley shapes are filled with red, blue, and green poured glass surrounded by tiny faux pearls. Wonderful design, signed piece in excellent condition. Circa: 1060s
Size 2.5 x 2.5 inches
Heavily influenced by Asia, India, and the crown jewels, Kenneth Jay Lane is known for adorning Hollywood's elite and even the First Ladies of the United States. Originally marking his jewelry "K.J.L." at his start in 1963, he later created pieces with a "©KJL" and also a mark including his full name around the copyright symbol. An expert at selling his designs in mass markets, KJL pieces were sold on QVC and for Avon. Whether it's opulent pearls for First Lady Barbara Bush or a leading actress, KJL is the epitome of modern elegance.