This necklace is designed with baguette shaped milk and clear glass cabochons, prong set in lightweight Rhodium plated frames. There are five swag sections of white milk glass stones facing out with a baguette shaped stone along the line of rhinestones that connect all. There is a teardrop shaped milkglass stone with a rhinestone on the bottom, in between each swag section that make up this pretty set. The Kramer name is engraved on the back of the rhinestone studded hook closure. The necklace is 15 inches long with every rhinestone sparkling and clear. Circa 1940s. Rhodium plated and in excellent condition. The earrings are almost 1 inch long with a triangle clear crystal in the center and cross shaped rhinestones coming out of each side. They are screw backs, non-pierced. The second pair are white agate, pierced, 2 inches long. The 2 row, rhinestone bracelet is 7 inches long with a foldover clasp with tiny rhinestones on the clasp. It is just over 1/4 inch wide. They are all in excellent condition. Sorry the pictures came out bad, this set is much prettier than the pictures show. I just added a matching bracelet with slide in clasp and safety chain. It is silver and white. I also added a necklace that has milk glass set in gold tone. You can barely see the setting. They all match well together. This necklace is only 15 inches long. No additional cost has been added. HISTORIQUE: Kramer Jewelry was founded by Louis Kramer in 1943 in New York City. The company is renowned for its artistic design and superior intricate workmanship. Kramer also made jewelry for Christian Dior in the 1950s and 1960s. The business closed in 1969 or 1970. Kramer jewelry is highly collectable.