This matinee length gold-toned chain is decorated with geometric triangular cut-outs beads, connected with twisted rope-like chains. It is tagged D'orlan with a fold-over clasp. This was purchased from an estate collector in Ontario and should be considered used. Shows signs of wear.
D’orlan Jewellery Ltd. was founded in Toronto, Canada by Maurice Bradden in 1957.
In 1979, Marcel Boucher’s company was sold to D’Orlan Industries of Toronto, Canada. The workmanship and details on the jewellery being produced from the Boucher moulds by D’Orlan is of high quality.
In 1984, D’Orlan Jewellers Ltd., formed a partnership with the Nina Ricci enterprises of Paris, France (known throughout the world in the fashion industry for French designs and French luxury goods including perfumes).
Together the companies developed a high standard plating process that is highly regarded to include a 22 karat triple-plated finish over a pewter base metal that ensures a consistency of colour.
Total length: 37"
Folded: 20" matinee length
Gold tone on Metal