The signature at this time was simple, 'CHANEL' was stamped either directly onto the piece, or was attached via a hangtag, as shown above.
There was one small variation, for the Haute Couture pieces, and therefore those of the highest standard, three stars were also included immediately below the 'CHANEL.' It was also during this period that Chanel's collaboration with Robert Goosens began.
The plaque itself was usually an oval or round hangtag, or it was attached directly onto the piece. It is similar to the previous plaque, except for the fact that the year now appears at the bottom, and the 'Made in France' has disappeared.
This is the period during which Karl Largerfeld was appoint as head designer and he sought consciously to evoke the style and quality of Chanel's iconic designs, while giving them a modern aesthetic.
This First image shows that sometimes the signature plaque was attached directly to one of the pearls rather than added as a hangtag.