Vintage Lesage Embroidered Cuff Bracelet

Condition: Excellent
Price: Sold

Haute couture is the dream around which the fashion world revolves. One embroidery house, Maison Lesage, has been stitching up lush, richly detailed fabric pieces for couturiers like Balenciaga, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and Schiaparelli since the inception of haute couture in the mid-1800s. When you see Chanel send a richly beaded, sequined, or feathered garment down the runway, you are seeing a piece of Maison Lesage art. Lesage launched a line of embroidered accessories in 1987, created by Gérard Trémolet and sold in the Lesage boutique opened that year on the Place Vendome on the former site of Schiaparelli's business. After the shop closed in 1992, the accessories were sold in department stores around the world.

This vintage Lesage cuff features microsequins and beads in crystal, pink and black overlaid over a base of silk floss on gilt metal.

  • Signed Lesage Paris 
  • Hand made
  • Gold-plated metal, multi-colored round and emerald shape beads and sequins
  • Excellent vintage condition with all sequins and beads present. Hardware is bright, with minor to no scratches or chips. 


Maison Lesage
Late 80's, early 90's
Made in France

Maison Lesage

Lesage has been creating opulent embroidery requiring countless hours of work and exceptional skills for Haute Couture, Ready-to-Wear and accessories since its creation in 1924. Lesage became part of CHANEL’s Métiers d’art in 2002.