It seems to me that it was a beautiful water lily from a forest lake, which opened its petals in the early morning, that inspired Coro's designers to create this graceful bracelet. Transparent rhinestones scattered on its surface create the illusion of sparkling water drops.Coro, 50s
This is a very eye-catching brooch made of golden metal and decorated with transparent pink and milky white rhinestones. But who is depicted on it is a mystery. It looks like a dragon, but very much like a big fish.De Liguoro, 90s
Thanks to the rhinestones, this set sparkles, as the stars, in the form of which it is made, should sparkle, and the pink color slightly mutes the bright shine, giving the jewelry a soft femininity.Judy Lee, 60s
When a sunbeam hits a glass of good red wine, it puffs in dozens of shades from intense ruby to subtle scarlet. If there is no wine, then the play of color can be enjoyed in this brooch - you just need to choose the right angle.Judy Lee, 60s
A classic 90x90 shawl made of noble silk in black and white tones is perfect for a coat or raincoat. The geometric pattern that folds into the logos of Gianfranco Ferre is laconic and discreet, while the hand-finished edge adds class to this luxurious accessory.
This unusual light brown scarf by Gianfranco Ferre is made of silk. Despite the rather dark color, it does not look boring at all thanks to the graceful red-pink flowers scattered throughout the scarf.
A distinctive feature of Judy Lee's jewelry is the use of rhinestones of interesting colors and textures. This set, consisting of a brooch and clip, is no exception. The bottom of the light beige diamond-shaped glass inserts is decorated with intricate delicate filigree, which you want to look at infinity.Judy Lee, 1960s