A timeless classic from the 1950's, this Coro necklace is from the Adolf Katz era, and features shimmering gold tone floral links and sparkling clear rhinestones with a very light aurora borealis coating. It looks better than my photos! When the light strikes, they shimmer beautifully, with just a hint of pinks and purples. I tried to use lots of different settings on my camera so you can see it in different lights. Signed "Coro" in script on the J-hook clasp, and also has a decorative finial at the end. When unclasped, it measures 17 and ½ inches in total length, which you can adjust, and each link is 3/4 of an inch in width. The gold tone metal is quite sturdy, solid and heavy, it weighs 1.5 oz. or 45 gm., still like new and made to last. The adjustable chain with hook and decorative finial show just a hint of age, but is not noticeable when worn. Each pretty floral link has 3 rhinestones as flowers with gold tone leaves, very graceful and feminine. This pretty Coro necklace is in exceptional condition, as all stones are present and lovely, appear to be original, and are clear with the faint AB coating that really throws off the light, sparkling and bright.