Early unsigned Miriam Haskell filigree metal bead and art glass necklace, circa 1930s. Miriam Haskell jewelry was never signed prior to post WWII. This is a book piece and can be found on p.128 of Cathy Gordon's book on Haskell Jewelry. This beautiful necklace has 2 chains with filigree metal beads, green and clear art glass beads, and pale yellow faux pearls between the chains. I believe the clear beads were originally colored red and topaz, but the coating on those is now completely gone.
The "Russian Gold" colored metal has taken on a lovely patina and there is wear to the finish on the back of the clasp.
It measures 16.5 x 1 inches. The price reflects the aforementioned condition issues.
An eclectic mix, from Victorian to Mexican silver to rhinestones. You can never have enough jewelry!
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