Miriam Haskell earrings with faux pearls. This vintage pair is made up of a lovely gold toned metal which forms the gold toned filigree floral design and the adjustable screw-back ear clip as well. The floral design is made up of gold toned metal to make the flower petals which have eight wired on white rhinestones surrounding a center bezel set white rhinestone. Dangling from this section is a tiny round imitation pearl followed by a gold toned metal rondell which holds seven white rhinestones. After the rondell section is a very large oval shaped imitation pearl that looks simply marvelous having no chips or wear at all. The adjustable screw-back ear clip holds very well and is signed "Haskell" on the back of the clip. The inside of the screw is signed "Pat Pend. 3176475" and the screw stop is also signed "Miriam Haskell" around the raised center circle. This patent number dates these earrings to 1965 and they each measure 2" long from top to bottom. This pair of earrings is in great condition and would go well with both formal and informal attire. A lovely pair of 1960s Miriam Haskell faux pearl drop earrings.