This is a gorgeous parure and very difficult to find especially in this condition. It was made in the 1940's but has more of an Art Deco look to it. The metal looks to be chrome but could also be rhodium plated. Each piece is made up of emerald cut blue rhinestones, some of which are foiled, clear baguettes and round stones. The blue stones very in color slightly from cobalt blue to teal. They are all prong set with heavy prongs. The pendant measures 2" in diameter and has a smaller pendant above it. The brooch is the same size and the clasp in in perfect working condition. There is an area of wear on the back right above the signature. There are also two areas on the bottom part where the silver metal has worn off and brass is showing through. The hinged bangle is 1 1/8" wide and has an inside measurement of 7". It has a push button clasp that is tight and secure. There is some oxidation underneath where the bracelet opens. All pieces are clearly signed McClelland Barclay. There is slight wear on the metal of all of the pieces and some of the clear rhinestones are dark. This doesn't take away from the rarity or the beauty of these pieces.