1920-30s Necklace & Coil Wrap Simulated Pearl Bracelet Set-Early Haskell Style
Originally, Haskell's primary source of simulated pearls was Gablony, Germany - also famous for its Bohemian Glass (hence, the brilliant center aquamarine color crystal center stones). Sometime in the 1930s, Haskell changed her source of simulated/baroque pearls to Japan. Similar pieces can be seen on pages 100-101 of Judith Miller's book, "Costume Jewelry". This set is too early to be signed.
3-Strand Coil Wrap Bracelet is 3/4" wide and 7" in length adjusting to most wrists with 2 flower focal points measuring 1-1/4" high. 2-Strand Necklace is 15" long, adjustable with one larger flower focal point 2" high by 1-1/4" wide.
Item ID: JC901
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Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Pearl, Blue ,Pin, Green, Size: Necklace 15" Long - Bracelet 7" Lone
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