Some of the most unusual jewelry to be found are early Miriam Haskell pieces. They were produced in Paris and New York in the 1930's. They were never signed but are very easy to identify if you have been collecting them for as many years as I have.
Many times the jewels are attached to fabric or sewn onto plastic backings. This necklace has a fabric cord and a scattering of mother of pearl flowers with faux pearls -- a completely unique creation.
Approximate Measurements: 17" long
Estimated Age: Early 1930's
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