vintage chanel jewelry

In this post, we will be discussing the Vintage Chanel Jewelry. Our team has researched and reviewed these products to help you come up with a better decision. We’ve also put up a shopping guide with the features you can consider when buying the vintage chanel necklace.

Vintage Chanel Jewelry



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CC logo stone pendant necklace

Gold-tone and orange metal and zirconium CC logo stone pendant necklace from Chanel Vintage. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections. Size (Inch) Chain(Overall) : 25.6 ” Top : W 2.6 ” x H 2.6 ” Size (CM) Chain(Overall) : 65.0 cm Top : W 6.6 x H 6.6 cm

Designer Style ID: 97P

Made in France

Composition :
metal (other), zirconium


Model is 1.73 m wearing size OS

Designer Backstory

Founded by Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel in 1909 and led by Karl Lagerfeld since the 1980s, Chanel is famous for its quilted handbags, costume jewellery and classic womenswear. Today, the CC logo is synonymous with timeless style.

Best Vintage Jewelry Picks

Best Etsy Jewelry Vintage


What’s old is new again. Jewelry trends are cyclical, so what’s popular right now probably had a moment in the sun years and years ago too. For instance, chunky gold necklaces were all over the Copenhagen Fashion Week street style scene, and it’s far from a new trend. To prove it, I found plenty of amazing vintage options on Etsy, which is my favorite treasure trove for one-of-a-kind pieces.

Etsy also boasts tons of other vintage versions of today’s biggest trends. For instance, I recently tapped two L.A. jewelry designers who confirmed that birthstone engagement rings are increasingly popular right now, and you can bet I found pretty vintage options on Etsy. Plus, we received a ton of interest in my story on Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas’s engagement ring, which is a beautiful example of the “target ring” trend that’s all over Etsy. So, without further ado, scroll down to shop my favorite vintage Etsy jewelry from the ’20s to the ’90s.


Vintage Napier '80s Heavy Curb Chain Necklace

Vintage Napier ’80s Heavy Curb Chain Necklace ($80)

Gold chain necklaces are cooler than ever right now, and you can’t beat this $80 version. 

Vintage Henkel & Grosse 70s Large Link Gold Tone 16 Necklace

Vintage Henkel & Grosse 70s Large Link Gold Tone 16 Necklace ($250)

This is another worthy option if you want to invest in the gold necklace trend. 

Vintage Christian Dior '70s Rhinestone Choker Necklace

Vintage Christian Dior ’70s Rhinestone Choker Necklace ($175)

Yes, I found you Dior for under $200—you’re welcome. 

Vintage Erwin Pearl Heavy Link Gold Curb Necklace

Vintage Erwin Pearl Heavy Link Gold Curb Necklace ($90)

This 1980s necklace couldn’t be more on-trend for 2019. 

Vintage Swarovski Clear Hexagon Rhinestone & Gold Tone Braided Chain Necklace

Vintage Swarovski Clear Hexagon Rhinestone & Gold Tone Braided Chain Necklace ($85)

This beautiful gold Swarovski necklace is from the ’80s or ’90s. 

Vintage 14k Gold Pendant With January Birthstone, Garnet

Vintage 14k Gold Pendant With January Birthstone, Garnet ($355)

Gold pendants will never go out of style. 


Vintage Ruby & Diamond Ring Circa 1925-1935

Vintage Ruby & Diamond Ring Circa 1925-1935 ($3200)

This design is known as a “target ring” and is similar to Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend’s engagement ring.

Vintage Diamond Peridot Ring

Vintage Diamond Peridot Ring ($405)

This ring boasts the August birthstone, peridot. 

best vintage jewelry stores in Paris

1. Dary’s

If you only remember one, this should it be it. Opposite the Hotel Costes, the trunk shaped displays in the shop windows of this store are a must visit before stepping onto the cobblestones of Place Vendôme. Inside, the place has a selection of 1920s jewelry and unusual pieces. All that’s left to do is let yourself be guided by the owner and travel back in time.

Fly brooch in gold and silver set with diamonds and fine pearls, 24, 000 euros dating back to the 1880s at Dary’s.

© Mathilde VENANDIER

362 rue Saint Honoré, 75001 Paris

2. Au Vase de Delft

A stone’s throw from Place Vendôme, this timeless boutique is truly eye-catching. It hosts stunning antique jewelry, including brooches and sets from the 18th and 19th centuries. Above all, you can get expert advice from this address established in Paris since 1910 on how to find the ideal gift.

Gold ring set with aquamarine, dating back to 1930 at Au Vase de Delft

© Mathilde VENANDIER

2 rue du Marché Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris

3. Miller

Looking for a ribbon ring or a pompadour sapphire? There is a wide selection available at Miller, which has just celebrated its 30th anniversary, from genuine antique jewelry to Van Cleef & Arpels, Boivin and Cartier pieces, ideal for Christmas gifts.

Feuille brooch in yellow gold and platinum, set with diamonds, Boucheron at Miller

© Miller

233 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris

4. Valois Vintage

Valois Vintage is a must-visit luxury store in the French capital. From classic Chanel and Hermès jewelry to unique pieces from the Art Deco period, this second-hand luxury boutique is brimming with rare treasures and more contemporary must-haves.

Vintage yellow gold Chanel brooch, at Valois Vintage

© Valois Vintage

4-8 rue des Saussaies , 75008 Paris

5. Collector Square

Known for selling the most iconic bags, the vintage luxury specialist Collector Square also has a very large jewelry collection, from very vintage pieces to High Jewelry pieces, with houses such as Cartier and Chopard. This is the ideal place to find precious gifts.

Vintage bracelet in yellow gold, turquoise and rubies, from the 1950s, 5, 120 euros at Collector Square.

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