A vintage golden button is the focus of this unique and unusual repurposed necklace. Who is the woman on the button? That's a mystery, but she will certainly make a great conversation piece when you wear this extraordinary piece!
I found a this button tucked away in the back of a local antique shop. After some research I was unable to discover the identity of this mysterious woman, so I've taken the liberty of naming her after the famous "Mother of Modern Dance," Isadora Duncan. A death as dramatic as her life, read more about Isadora below.
- One of a kind
- Creamy Swarovski pearls hand stitched along latte nylon cord
- Woven toggle wraps around Swarovski pearl bauble
- Approximately 21" in length with 1-1/4" pendant drop
Angela Isadora Duncan, known for her revolutionary style of free flowing dance movements, was a renowned American figure who also greatly influenced dance in Europe and Russia. In 1927, she died tragically in Nice, France. Jumping into an open-air Bugatti sports car, her trailing scarf became entangled in the rear wheel, breaking her neck instantly.