Alexis Bittar Lucite Double-Sided Crystal Heart Necklace, Black Cherry
Please Note: Safety Pin is Silver Chain Is Black
Alexis Bittar double-sided heart pendant necklace. Pre Loved Excellent Condition
Ruthenium-tone metal with golden accents.
Hand-carved, hand-painted Lucite® acrylic and crystal heart pendant.
Prong-set crystal/pyrite doublets at center.
Chain necklace with integrated safety pin detail.
Pendant, approx. 2.4"L x 2.5"W.
Necklace, approx. 32"L.
Made in USA.
About Alexis Bittar: Inspired by a box of antique jewelry he received from his parents as an adolescent, Alexis Bittar embarked on a jewelry-making career that emphasized intricate attention to detail. His bold pieces have attracted the attention of acclaimed designers around the world (he has collaborated with several well-known fashion houses on their own jewelry collections) and his pieces can be found in such museums as the Victoria & Albert in London.
Berry Pink Trucker Hat Embellished using Repurposed 100% Authentic Louis Vuitton Canvas & Silver Leather
Great Holiday Gift!!!
***Hats are distressed and Louis Vuitton Canvas may have slight imperfections due to the nature of upcycling the product. Each item is hand cut and made to order. Up to 1 week shipping time may apply to this item!
Elastic Pony Tail Back
Please note: This is not a Louis Vuitton Brand item and has no affiliation to the brand but was made using 100% Authentic Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas from an actual LV Handbag
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Condition = New With Tags
Brand = BOUTIQUE
Size = Large 9/10
Color = Black
Born in France in 1963, Christian Louboutin first started dreaming up fantastical footwear in his early teens. He added his legendary red soles in 1993. In 2003, Louboutin expanded into women's handbags.
Founded by Martin Margiela, a Belgian fashion designer, in 1988. he began utilizing the deconstructive style in the 1980s while a freelance designer in Milan, Italy, and early on his work would often reveal the garments' structure, for example intentionally exposed linings and seams.