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Salah Necklace and Bracelet Set
Salah Necklace and Bracelet Set
Salah Necklace and Bracelet Set
Salah Necklace and Bracelet Set
Salah Necklace and Bracelet Set
Salah Necklace and Bracelet Set
Salah Necklace and Bracelet Set
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Salah Necklace and Bracelet Set

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Meet the Salah freshwater pearl necklace and bracelet deluxe set! 

Designed in honour of Salah Bachir , celebrating the launch of his book “First to leave the Party”, My life with ordinary people who happen to be famous. The Salah Deluxe features the Salah necklace, and includes a matching, adjustable bracelet in luscious 12mm freshwater pearls. The bracelet comes with 2 different sized clasps, allowing the wearer to customize
 
Made with 12mm freshwater pearls, the 21” necklace is accented with tiny crystal details. The matching, adjustable bracelet opens up new possibilities in styling your necklace strand, adding length and stylish options. Both are updated classics, sure to blend seamlessly with existing jewelry wardrobes.

Salah Bachir, who immigrated to Canada from Lebanon in the 1960s, has been a gay activist who has worked in the film world for over four decades. While this has given him undeniable front-row access to Hollywood’s biggest stars, it is Salah’s personal charm and kindness, his philanthropy, his overall style (think hats, scarves, brooches, pearls, diamonds) and deep involvement in the art world that has made him a friend, companion, confidante, and/or lover to so many — including Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, Joan Rivers, Mary Tyler Moore, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Edward Albee, Orson Welles, Aretha Franklin, Norman Jewison, and Elizabeth Taylor — although it’s true that Katharine Hepburn once turned him down, very nicely.