This circa 1950's Miriam Haskell necklace is the very first Haskell piece I ever purchased. Not sure if that is why it is so dear to me. The centerpiece has a magnificent burnished 24k gold plated flower accented by a lovely sinuous spray of rose montees. In the midst of it all is a single claw set faux pearl. This captivating focal point is ingenuously complimented by four graduated strands of muted gold signature Haskell serpentine chain. It is an understated yet captivating piece, very versatile and looks so incredible with just about everything.
Measures 15 1/2" measured at the shortest chain; centerpiece which is also an invisible box clasp measures just over 1 1/8" from every angle.
This listing is for the necklace. The earrings will be offered in a separate listing. The chains are an exact match, rose montees the same, but different filigree.
This necklace is one of my favorite Haskell designs.
Excellent vintage condition. For accuracy I will note that the rose montees have a darkened setting - which in my experience is always the case with Miriam Haskell pieces. It is a complement that time pays to beauty if you are a lover of vintage and antique jewelry.
Item ID: GC-1261
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