VINTAGE 1960s NAPIER Lion’s Head Doorknocker Pendant Necklace

Necklaces Napier Pewter Lion Head 4 w text.jpgGorgeous 1960s Napier Lion’s Head Doorknocker *signed* Silver Three Dimensional Antique Silver Runway Statement Necklace

This exquisite necklace is from our Lion’s Head collection and this piece is extraordinary…it’s something right out of a Dickens’ novel!  It is three dimensional, highly detailed, in excellent vintage condition and  is a piece representing the strength and courage of the lion…a bold and confident statement which is TIMELESS; it promises never to go out of style! This necklace is signed NAPIER, is an antique silver tone and measures 22″L. The pendant measures 3″L x 2.5″W. Please let us know if you have any questions or would like to see additional photographs!

Please take a look at the other Napier jewelry and other amazing pieces from our Lion’s Head Doorknocker Jewelry Collection!

Napier was considered to be the oldest fashion jewelry house in the U.S. having been founded in 1875. Napier’s collectibles include the unique early designed and manufactured simple, yet elegant line of costume jewelry avoiding the most expensive materials like aurora borealis rhinestones. It created jewelry with high style and superior craftsmanship updating the styling, quality and value for the modern American woman, ranging from career jewelry to casual wear and special occasion. Napier jewelry was at its height of popularity in the early 1900s. They began stamping their brand name on their jewelry in 1922 and continued to do so until the close, of what is now their vintage collection, in October 1999.

Use this link to view this necklace in our online boutique!

 

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