This unusually styled 1970s necklace features ceramic molded and carved scarabs, King Tut masks and antiqued gold-tone metal work. Dates to Lawrence Vrba's reign as head designer for the Miriam Haskell company. Marked with a "Miriam Haskell" metal hang tag and on the hook. Adjusts from about 15 1/2" to 18" in length to fit most necks. The central carved scarab framed by metal filigree is 1 3/8" long. Condition is excellent. This piece appears in “Warman’s Costume Jewelry” by Pamela Y. Wiggins (Krause, 2014) on p. 69.
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