Vintage Emilio Pucci Vivara Multi Color Velvet Trio Clutch 1960s

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Vintage Emilio Pucci Vivara Multi Color Velvet Trio Clutch 1960s

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$150.00

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Item details

Vintage from the 1960s

Materials

velvet, suede, metal

A fine and rare 1960's Emilio Pucci velvet clutch with three interior pouches. Shocking pink, light blue, purple, black and ivory velvet design with soft light pink suede interior. It’s the perfect complement to any look in need of a bohemian-chic finish.

6.5" Width
5" Height
2" Depth

In very good vintage condition.

Wear consistent with age and use.

Emilio Pucci, a skier himself, designed a line of ski clothes for the American sportswear company White Stag in 1948. The next year he opened his first boutique on the Italian island of Capri. His design house, Emilio of Capri, was established in 1950 and was located on Capri, Italy and later in Florence, Italy, with boutiques in Rome, Elba, and Montecatini.

By the 1960s his signature look reigned as the ultimate status symbol for the decade. In the late 1960s he designed the uniforms for the stewardesses of Braniff International Airline.

Pucci is known for his fanciful and psychedelic prints, especially in silk knit and in cotton velvet. His prints are signed “Emilio”, rather than “Pucci”.

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A fine and rare 1960's Emilio Pucci velvet clutch with three interior pouches. Shocking pink, light blue, purple, black and ivory velvet design with soft light pink suede interior. It’s the perfect complement to any look in need of a bohemian-chic finish.

6.5" Width
5" Height
2" Depth

In very good vintage condition.

Wear consistent with age and use.

Emilio Pucci, a skier himself, designed a line of ski clothes for the American sportswear company White Stag in 1948. The next year he opened his first boutique on the Italian island of Capri. His design house, Emilio of Capri, was established in 1950 and was located on Capri, Italy and later in Florence, Italy, with boutiques in Rome, Elba, and Montecatini.

By the 1960s his signature look reigned as the ultimate status symbol for the decade. In the late 1960s he designed the uniforms for the stewardesses of Braniff International Airline.

Pucci is known for his fanciful and psychedelic prints, especially in silk knit and in cotton velvet. His prints are signed “Emilio”, rather than “Pucci”.

☛ Visit our website: www.shopmiamivintage.com

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Perfect - The vintage piece is as perfect and pristine as the day it was originally sold, showing absolutely no signs of wear.

Excellent - The vintage piece shows only the slightest signs of being worn.

Very Good - The piece shows typical, although minor, signs of wear.

Good - The vintage piece is considered wearable but has some surface flaws i.e. staining, soiling or colour damage.

Poor - The item is wearable but shows significant signs of wear, although in many cases, some of these pieces can be restored.

We also try to notate any additional issues.

Please message us with any questions.

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