A very long chain necklace, signed Goldette on the fold over clasp. the center of the piece is a Victorian style fob with olive green cabochons on the sides, bottom and top. A great piece to add to a casual outfit, very comfortable and easy to wear.
Size: Shortest Chain 28 inches, then 30" and 32"; Excellent condition; Circa: 1960s
Ben Gartner founded the Circle Jewelry Products Company NYC in 1958 producing Goldette Costume jewelry. The jewelry produced was influenced by Asian and Victorian Revival themes using rhinestones, faux stones and pearls, with ornate metalwork and enamel. Slide bracelets are very popular and collectible with the Mark: "GOLDETTE". Little is known of the company but it is believed to have ceased operations in the 1970s.
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