Rare Vintage 1930s Mazer Pastel Fruit Salad Poured Glass Flowers Necklace & Earrings. This exquisitely gorgeous and rare poured glass necklace and earring set was made by Mazer Brothers in the late 1930s. It matches the design-patented bracelet and the rare hair clip that I have listed separately. These have been in personal collection and all came from the same estate. I’d love to sell them all together so if you’re interested, let me know.
The necklace is 15-1/4 inches long by just under 1/2 an inch wide and fastens with a hidden fold-over clasp. It sports a total of 9 pink dogwood flowers and 9 pale blue daisy flowers, each with a bezel-set rhinestone eye. The rhodium plated silver tone links are well accented by 164 twinkling clear round rhinestones. As a Mazer collector, I can tell you that I have only seen this necklace twice and neither of those was this pastel version. I cannot even begin to describe its beauty and my photos do not do it justice.
The matching earrings are screw backs. Each earring features a pink glass daisy and two pastel blue leaves accented by 10 clear round rhinestones. They are 7/8 of an inch long by 5/8 of an inch wide.
This set’s condition is excellent. It was obviously well cared-for and seldom worn. The settings are shiny, lusciously rhodium plated metal. There are no chips or even flea bites on any of the glass flowers and the clear rhinestones are still bright and clear. I note only that the post of one of the screw backs shows a bit of rhodium wear. Neither piece is signed, but both are well-known Mazer Brothers productions that match the 1938 Louis Mazer patented brooches and bracelet. They’re gorgeous!