This 1980s Judith Hendler necklace and earrings set is made with hand cut and polished acrylic dyed pale pink in color. Hendler jewelry became popular when Joan Collins insisted on wearing a statement necklace on Dynasty and the pieces were subsequently sold in high end department stores. Hendler necklaces were originally sold marked only with foil stickers so they are not signed but can be identified by the signature neck ring. The dangling element on the necklace measures 4 3/4". The neck ring has an inner circumference of about 15" so it is meant for a smaller neck. Earrings measure 2 1/4" long. This set is in very good condition with minor wear scratches in the acrylic. The earrings are missing their clutch backs. This piece appears in “Warman’s Costume Jewelry” by Pamela Y. Wiggins (Krause, 2014) on p. 72.
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