Step into the world of bright lights, groovy music and hot, hot nights with the fabulous and funky vintage jewelry styles of the 1970’s! Longer …
Step into the world of bright lights, groovy music and hot, hot nights with the fabulous and funky vintage jewelry styles of the 1970’s! Longer hemlines, asymmetric necklines, flared pants and enough glitter to set the disco-floor twinkling were the hallmarks of this ultra-groovy decade. The disco aesthetic – fueled in part by drug use, the desire for expression of personal freedoms made possible by the social movements of the 1960’s and a rejection of hippie naturalism – was a dream-like expanse of high-glamour girls in synthetic fabrics shaking their groove things on the gleaming dance-floors of discotheque clubs around the world. Of course, the dramatic fashions so favored by dancing queens were best complemented by jaw-dropping jewels designed to add a whole lot of flash to these foxy mamas!
Here’s some disco chic styles that have us saying more, more, more!
A funky take on a disco ball, this citrine and diamond ring combines emerald and briolette cut citrines with a dome of pave-set diamonds that will bring mega dazzle to the dance-floor.
No Halston jumpsuit is complete without a long and ultra-luxe necklace. The posh design of this vintage VCA polished black onyx pendant – set with a striking bolt of pave diamonds – paired with its matching bright yellow gold necklace with onyx and diamond stations will have you doing the hustle like any disco diva.
Go for the solid gold look in this elaborate vintage gold necklace by designer Wander. A long, textured chain is capped by a major, showstopping pendant that can be removed and worn as a brooch.
Rock the boat in this Modernist style! Textured yellow gold with a geometric flair gets the red-hot treatment with ravishing rubies and accent diamonds. A convertible design means this funky pair of earrings will always look fresh.
For just a flash of sparkle, we love these vintage VCA diamond earrings. Polished gold is a perfect fit with central diamonds for a style that sits at the ear and won’t distract from your luscious long locks or foxy feathered hair.
The ultimate statement cuff – hand hammered 18k yellow gold, topped with diamond set geometric motives in platinum for non-stop sparkle that is sure to turn heads. This vintage offering from the Hammerman Brothers will have you saying “That’s the way I like it!”
So go ahead and celebrate good times with extravagant and altogether exquisite vintage 1970’s jewelry! Funky, chunky gold and a splash of diamonds will unleash your inner femme fatale and ensure that you take center stage.