Miriam Haskell jade and gold tone necklace from the late 1960s. This piece has rhinestone rondells and genuine jadeite cylinder gemstones in a lavaliere motif that is drop dead gorgeous. This necklace is made up of a nice gold plated metal which forms locking rings for the chain. This chain connects with ridged gold plated metal diamonds that lead to rhinestone rondells that surround a cylindrical piece of cut jadeite in the center. Hanging from this section is two dangles of gold plated metal chain and ridged gold toned diamond shapes surrounding a rhinestone rondell in the middle. These dangles are on each side of a center jadeite cylinder capped by rhinestone rondells and gold plated metal diamond shapes. The necklace is fastened with a sliding rectangular clasp that is signed "Miriam Haskell" on one side and "Patent 3427591" on the other which dates it to 1969. There is also a hang tag signed "Miriam Haskell" right next to the clasp. This necklace measures 14 3/4" long with the center dangle section being 1 1/2" in length and we will even throw in an extender to make the necklace even longer. This necklace has absolutely no damage and looks so remarkable with a beautiful dress. A stunning Miriam Haskell lavaliere necklace.