Rita Okrent

September 1984
Ornament;Fall84, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p7
The article reports that necklace designer Rita Okrent has made personal appearances at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills, California on May 4-5, 1984. Okrent's appearance was part of the jewelry department's series of Spring promotions. Okrent is known for using ancient and antique components in her jewelry. One of Okrent's works is a necklace that uses a shell pendant from Ladakh and antique Eskimo beads.


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