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Pectoral-type long necklace, used by Carmen Miranda in red, faceted stones of various sizes and three shapes: oval (large and small), hexagonal and tears. Colorless beads forming knitting and strass scattered. First strip, on fabric, on stones, beads and rhinestones. Below knitting more open, in beads, stones and rhinestones, forming rosettes, contoured of pearls, in garlands. It ends with a rosacea forming tip. Two clasps in metal bracket.

Details

  • Title: Pectoral red necklace
  • Creator: Unknown
  • Date Created: 1940
  • Location Created: United States of America
  • Physical Dimensions: A 23.5 X C 38.0 X L 2.0 cm
  • Provenance: Show in Milan (1953); Show in Havana (1955); Shows; Social occasions
  • Type: Necklace
  • Photographer: Cristiana Miranda - Cerne Sistemas / Márcio Assis – Cerne Sistemas
  • Rights: GOVERNO DO ESTADO DO RIO DE JANEIRO / SECRETARIA DE ESTADO DE CULTURA / FUNDAÇÃO ANITA MANTUANO DE ARTES DO ESTADO DO RIO DE JANEIRO – FUNARJ / MUSEU CARMEN MIRANDA
  • Medium: Cotton, plastic, glass, metal, hand stitching, mounting, collage

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