This antique bead necklace is lifted out of the ordinary because of its fabulous clasp! Four super-sparkly pastes are mounted in silver atop a solid rose gold box with tongue clasp. Although it's rather Art Deco in style we believe it's actually a little earlier.
In very good antique condition. The clasp works perfectly and clicks shut securely, shows light surface wear under magnification. The beads have some age-related surface imperfections but we've found no significant chips or cracks.
Length: Approx 19 inches.
Each bead is 1cm diameter.
The clasp measures 6 x 2.2cm. It has been tested to confirm it is nine-carat gold and is marked WVLS on the back.
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