This fancy-stone, two-layer 1950's rhinestone necklace has a variety of sparkling faceted shapes terminating in center focal points.
The silver-tone strands are 15 1/2" long and 17 3/4" approximately . The longer strand had keystone shapes leading to a diamond with a chaton beneath.
The shorter has keystones, baguettes, and a square in the center with a diamond and chaton beneath too. All the stones are prong-set and except for a few slightly grey chatons, all are bright.
The fold-over clasp is also jeweled. This finely made piece is not signed but it is noteworthy for its special, two-tier brilliance.