Miriam Haskell Vintage Earrings Signed Large Green Button FlowersMiriam Haskell Vintage Earrings Signed Large Green Button FlowersMiriam Haskell Vintage Earrings Signed Large Green Button FlowersMiriam Haskell Vintage Earrings Signed Large Green Button FlowersMiriam Haskell Vintage Earrings Signed Large Green Button FlowersMiriam Haskell Vintage Earrings Signed Large Green Button FlowersMiriam Haskell Vintage Earrings Signed Large Green Button FlowersMiriam Haskell Vintage Earrings Signed Large Green Button FlowersMiriam Haskell Vintage Earrings Signed Large Green Button Flowers

These signed Miriam Haskell button earrings have a flower form with a large single bead in the center encircled by alternating smaller, darker green beads and multi-petal curved flower petals. They exhibit an attention to detail that is characteristic of Haskell jewelry and have wonderful color, reminiscent of spring. The flower heads are wired to the filigree silver tone backs that are typical Haskell and are the levered screw back type.

These exceptionally attractive earrings have a diameter of approximately 1 inch. Both earrings are signed Haskell and are in excellent condition with wear to the silver finish that is not noticeable when the earrings are worn and does not detract.

Please search our shop listings for more Haskell pieces, including a green necklace that looks wonderful on its own and even better when combined with these earrings.

Item ID: RL6091


Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: green, Size: 1 inch

Miriam Haskell Vintage Earrings Signed Large Green Button Flowers

$85 USD

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