Vintage Fenichel Art Glass Rhinestone Choker Necklace

Mysterious and beautiful, fabulous and quite rare, Fenichel jewelry is certainly intriguing. The quality of this jewelry is unmistakable: brilliant rhinestones as fine as those used by Eisenberg, fine and sturdy construction that has withstood the test of time, and simple but elegant designs that never go out of style. Much is unknown about this company, but we do know it was started in 1925 by Louis Fenichel in New York City, and closed it's doors in 1959.

This is a breathtaking example of Fenichel's dazzling and distinctive yet simple designs. Our gorgeous necklace is comprised of art glass baguettes and navettes that shine sparkling clear and milky white, and is perfect for daytime or night-time wear. Twelve round stones add the adjustability to our choker, and the hook clasp is finished with two small art glass stones. Some stones have just a touch of milky white, others have more, most are unique to each other. Plated in rhodium. Undeniably beautiful and unique.

Signed FENICHEL on the hook clasp

Style: Adjustable Choker Necklace Length: 16" Condition: Excellent Vintage

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Item ID: N-13


Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: White and clear art glass, Size: 16" in length

$120 USD

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