This vintage Reja necklace, bracelet and earrings parure with invisibly set sapphire blue rhinestones, pave diamantes and rhodium plating is simply stunning and one of the rarest sets I've collected. The sapphire waffle glass rhinestones, commonly referred to as invisibly set, are unfoiled and in open back settings to intensify the effects of light and they are glorious. The twinkling diamantes and shimmering plating further enhance the design, like all classics, its elegance stems from its simplicity. Reja jewelry is scarce, they were only in business from 1939 to 1953, originally named Deja, the name was changed to Reja in 1941 after DuJay sued them for trademark infringement. This set is in outstanding condition, a testament to the excellent reputation for artistic design and flawless execution that Reja enjoys to this day. To underline their attention to detail, I'd like to point out that the bracelet clasp is not only baguette topped, that baguette is also flanked by diamante chatons, that's special. The necklace measures 15.5 inches, the bracelet measures 7.25 inches and the earrings measure 1 inch. The earrings are signed REJA on the clip mechanism. I have never seen this set anywhere, I have seen a similar Reja bracelet but it does not have pave diamantes bordering both sides. This set reflects the Real Look that emerged in the post war years, it is truly lovely, a set for the ages.