Rare VINTAGE 1960s KENNETH LANE Lion’s Head Doorknocker Clip-on Statement Earrings

Earrings KJL Gold Lions Head 10 w text.jpgVINTAGE 1960s gorgeous, collectible, Kenneth Jay Lane, Lion’s Head, Doorknocker, *signed* earrings are extremely rare and highly collectible by vintage lovers all over the world. The doorknocker is a statement implying ‘do not trespass,’ knock before entering or face the wrath of the lions! Famous designers, including CHANEL, are embracing this concept, and symbol, as seen in their newly released lion’s head jewelry collections. These are pieces representing the strength and courage of the lion…a conversational, bold and confident statement in these times!

Innovative, gifted and imaginative – Kenneth Jay Lane’s exceptional skill ensures him a permanent place in fashion history (and in every woman’s jewelry collection). “Elegance, luxury and good taste never go out of style,” says Kenneth Jay Lane – and he should know. His fabulous costume jewelry has caught the eye of the world’s most glamorous women for over five decades, including Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, and Diana, Princess of Wales. Moreover, his pieces are now as sought-after and collectable as precious gems, with vintage pieces selling at Christies and Sothebys. These pieces are sturdy, travel well and make an excellent addition to your jewelry wardrobe.

These beautiful clip-on earrings are 18K gold plated (highly polished), weight half an ounce each, are signed ‘KENNETH LANE’ and measure 1.75″L x 1″W. These earrings show very light vintage wear and have been priced accordingly. Please let us know if you would like to view additional photographs of these pieces.

Please take a look at the matching KJL lion’s head doorknocker jewelry available in our store!

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