What's it like to be 'dripping in gold'? Unfortunately, most of us will never know since we're not Cleopatra but this 'dripping' gold-tone mesh necklace is a great pretender.
It's a wide band of glittery, slithery, fluid pieces of mesh links which fan apart into dangles half way down. This is very much like the type of jewelry made by Whiting and Davis. Though this one is not marked, it was probably made by a W&D competitor who also had an eye for quality and good design.
The necklace measures 15 1/2 inches end to end. It's a comfortably-fitting choker on the average woman's neck. The necklace falls 4 1/4 inches long at the center. A gold dome piece decorates the top center. There's a secure fishhook closure. Excellent condition. Circa 1950s.
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