This is a stunning example of Ledo jewelry. The mark was used from 1948 - 1962 by the Leading Jewelry Company which eventually became Polcini. These pieces are large and impressive. Each link has pave' set rhinestones with a row of baguettes running through them. Then there is the fabulous and unexpected cluster of faux pearls on each link. I must say that I have never seen anything quite like this. The rhinestones are bright and sparkling with a little wear showing on some of the baguettes - nothing major - just age. The faux pearls are in lovely condition. There are fold-over clasps on both pieces and the bracelet has a safety chain. Jewelry is rhodium plated for long lasting beauty. Note that each link is slightly curved so they are not flat. This is substantial jewelry from the early part of the time period when that mark was used. Necklace is about 16 1/8" long and bracelet is 7" long. They are 1" wide. You will not be disappointed with this jewelry. Expect many compliments when you wear it!