Vintage Jewelry: Gianni Versace Medusa Bracelet 1980s


The Italian designer Gianni Versace had a fixation with bold statements. His choices were always creative and embodied a circus of color, classicism, and ancient roots of civilization. His 18 carat gold Versace jewelry line with bright gold Medusa heads are beautiful pieces of vintage jewelry. The Medusa bracelets from the 1980s to the early 90s are statement pieces and can contrast any outfit. Each Versace piece is original however the bracelet is a classic.

Gianni Versace designed clothes to celebrate female form rather than eliminate it and by accenting the most simple black outfit with some Versace gold jewelry creates a focal point for your look. Purchasing an original Versace bracelet is pricy, so why do it? These bracelets were made with the finest gold and designed at the time Gianni was still alive which is what makes them so appealing.

Gianni Versace Medusa Bracelet Back and Authentication

Gianni Versace Medusa Bracelet Back and Authentication

A Medusa bracelet can cost anywhere from $700 to $1000 dollars for 18 carat gold. And depending on the year it was made, vintage Versace jewelry was designed in a variety of styles and configurations to capture the eye when you enter a room. Gianni was a genius at grabbing peoples attention and to own Versace jewelry from the period is like paying homage to the man who created Versace itself.

“Don’t be into trends. Don’t make fashion own you, but you decide what you are, what you want to express by the way you dress and the way you live.” – Gianni Versace

Search on Etsy and also Ebay for these bracelets, look for the authenticity card and ensure that it comes with the original bag or box with Versace logo and Medusa head. Read the fine print and examine pictures carefully to be certain it is an original. Also look for the “Gianni Versace Made in Italy” stamp on the back of the bracelet which is a tell-tale sign.

This is a timeless piece of vintage jewelry from the period when Gianni Versace was the ruler of fashion and bold statements in jewelry.


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