The Asian motif was very popular in the 1950s/60s. Pendant necklaces were big and this faux Chinese necklace could be the mother of them all.
The bright gold-tone metal holds a faux coral center. It's made of hard plastic that mimics the subtle shadings of real coral. There's a Chinese symbol of luck or good fortune in the center.
The openwork pendant measures 4 1/4 inches across. With the three long dangles of gold-tone balls, it measures 5 1/2 inches long. The pendant hangs from the gold-tone link chain that measures 26 inches around.
This outstanding chunky necklace is in excellent condition. It certainly confirms the saying...'bigger is better'.
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