Miriam Haskell necklace, bracelet, and earrings set. This set is made up of a necklace, bracelet, and drop earrings that are from the 1960s. The necklace is made up of two strands of gold tone metal rings that are met by a section of oval and rectangular shaped black glass pieces. After this the necklace connects to the center pendant wrapping through the ornate gold tone metal bail. The pendant is made up of three rectangular black plastic pieces that form a triangular shape and look lovely. From this there are a number of gold tone metal strands that hang like dangles under the centerpiece. The necklace is fastened with a spring ring clasp and the hang tag next to the clasp is signed "Miriam Haskell". The bracelet has a memory wire style and wraps around the wrist very snugly. The bracelet has nine black plastic rectangular sections that are spaced by one row of gold tone metal chains. The bracelet is fastened with a gold tone metal safety chain that links between two sections of black glass beads. This area is also wear the hang tag signed "Miriam Haskell" is. The earrings are drop style and made up of gold tone metal rings wrapped around a black glass bead. From this hangs an oval black glass bead and a rectangular one as well. The earrings are screw clip back style and each clip is signed "Haskell". On the inside of the clip there is the patent number reading "Pat. No. 3,178,475" which dates the set to 1965. The section wear the clip closes shut is also signed "Miriam Haskell" as well. The necklace measures 24" long with the centerpiece being 5" long by 1" wide. The bracelet measures 8 1/2" long by 1 1/2" wide and has a safety chain stretch of 2". The earrings are 2" long by 1/2" wide and this entire set is in phenomenal condition having no missing or worn parts.