This is a unsigned Miriam Haskell style necklace that could be from any of the fashion jewelry makers of the 1950's. This necklace consists of two strands of chain links, one strand of simulated barrel shaped pearls studded with faux gold balls in between and the fourth strand which has purple glass beads, gold beads and turquoise glass flowers. The necklace measures 15" long with a one inch clasp covered in faux pearls. It is in good condition but some of the faux pearls are dirty but not cracked or broken. This is a perfect summer necklace for your tanned shoulders and skimpy tops.
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Art & Antiques from Victorian through the 1950's and slightly beyond
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