Early Vintage MIRIAM HASKELL Pastel Bell Flower Fringe Necklace Bracelet Set is dripping in dangling plastic flowers of white, pink, blue, yellow and green on a white pate de verre bead choker strung on intertwined chain. Findings & style examples of this feminine set, can be found in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Cathy Gordon & Sheila Pamfiloff on Pg. 117 for this white glass choker with thumbless spring ring. Pg. 121 you will find an example of a bracelet using dangle fringe all the way around like this one. As you can see, the bracelet has triple bell flowers all the way around, while the necklace has ascending bell flower numbers, with the longest center drop at 1 5/8". Each drop ending in a French kiln molded paste white glass bead to give weight to the lightweight flowers. Some Haskell collector is going to very happy with this Springy Summery Set.
Condition: Quite remarkable for such a delicate creation. I find a tiny hole (smaller than a pinhead) in one blue bell flower on the NECKLACE, and 1 point of one white bell flower chipped, and one blue flower half chipped. On the BRACELET, I find the 4th yellow drop missing on the right side. (See picture.) And I find 1 blue bell flower with a tiny pinhead hole. --Nothing here distracts from the set but mentioned for accuracy.