This vintage Trifari necklace, bracelet, and earrings parure with red murano art glass beads and tubes alternating with fluted, brushed gold Trifanium plated dangles is simply divine. The vibrant red color of the millefiori glass is smashing and the the design is reminiscent of Egyptian Revival jewelry, popularized by Elizabeth Taylor in the movie Cleopatra, even though the glass is Venetian. This Trifari can be seen on page 155 in Leigh Leshner's book Costume Jewelry and a similar design, with the bib and the expansion bracelet can be seen on page 113 in Joanne Dubbs Ball's Costume Jewelry The Golden Age of Design.The bib style necklace is striking, and measures 16 inches end to end, the longest dangles drop 1 1/2 inches, and it has an adjustable J hook. The expansion bracelet is fashioned like a cha cha piece it is fun to wear and looks fabulous on and will stretch to fit up to an 8 inch wrist. The clip style earring measure one inch and they do have a threading hole. I did research to see if this was an aberration and found that it is not, they apparently were made with the same beads used on the necklace and bracelet but without head pins. One earring has white glue on it, it is not easy to see when worn, nevertheless, this has been taken into account when pricing the set. Each piece is signed Trifari, the necklace also has the T crown metal hang tag, and other than the aforementioned earring, each piece is in excellent vintage condition, the beads and plating look terrific. This impossible to find, full set of mid century jewelry in tomato red is the rarest of the three colors, Trifari also offered this line, blue and green. This dramatic design is not only highly coveted, it is totally wearable.