Signed "Napier" Faux Mother-of-Pearl Choker Necklace

The original company, Whitney and Rice Company, Attleboro, Massachusetts, was founded in 1875, but the name Napier Company was first used for jewelry in 1922. This lovely faux mother-of-pearl choker, circa 1950, consists of a single stand of MOP beads approximately 10mm in size separated by two small gold-tone beads. A round MOP disc, about 5/8" in diameter, is suspended between each MOP bead by several gold-tone links and pin. The beads and disc have a wonderful translucent color. The push-in type clasp is marked "Napier" without the copyright symbol which was first used in 1955. The overall length is 15 1/2". The condition is near mint with no damages or metal wear. Lovely and very wearable.

Item ID: RL0001023


Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Gold-tone/MOP Beads, Size: Necklace 15 1/2" in length

$80 USD

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