f98b6d3075e3086aeea762759d2f989fValentino Clemente Ludovico Garavani (born May 11, 1932 in Italy) has been a fashion power house since Jacqueline Kennedy (late, Onassis) purchased four gowns from him in 1964 following President John F. Kennedy’s death.  The House of Valentino has produced some of the world’s most coveted gowns, jewels, and accessories in its fifty plus years. Worn by celebrities and having graced the world’s top style magazines, Valentino has won numerous design awards and accolades. Renowned the world over simply on a first name basis, Valentino exudes elegance. And as fans of this luxe designer brand already know, it carries with it an affinity for the butterfly. The beautiful insect has been a common theme incorporated into its collections over the years. In the Spring of 2004 Valentino unveiled a sparkling 3D version of the fluttering creature on the Paris runway.  The butterfly adorns gowns, sandals, sunglasses, handbags, and jewelry. Salon of The Dames has scored a bracelet from this rare collection just for you.  The elegant piece has a high Collectibility Rating of 141 out of 150 (detailed chart below) and is beset with a confection of baby-blue enamel and brilliant Swarvoski crystals and we promise it will truly impress from every angle. Showcase depth and sparkle with this collectible work of art. ♡

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Collectibility Rating Chart
  • Age Rating 15

    Contemporary

  • Condition Rating 22

    Excellent. Unremarkable crystal loss. Enamel and silver metal are gorgeous

  • History Rating 23

    From Spring 2004 Collection, Now very hard to find.

  • Workmanship Rating 24

    Outstanding workmanship in every way

  • + 12
    for Wearability
    + 15
    for Ornate Features
    + 15
    for Rarity
    + 15
    for Design

Summary

A maximum of 25 points per category and 150 points total are possible and determine the Collectibility Rating and investment outlook of a garment. Collectibility is a fluid term and may change over the life of a garment. Garment Value is independent of the collectibility rating. View the Chart here

141 Out of 150 Points