Juliana / De Lizza & Elster huge pendant on a twisted rope chain with hematite color and clear rhinestones is an important statement piece that is sure to make an entrance in the most beautiful way. Unsigned, as all Juliana / DeLizza & Elster jewelry was although some paper tags were used. This necklace is attributed to DeLizza & Elster in its unmistakable design, unusual use of elongated navette rhinestones, construction and filigree work typical of some of the best of 1960s costume jewelry design.
The pendant is a combination of hematite color elongated navettes surrounded by clear crystal rhinestones in a marquise shape. An angled filigree frame is appointed with clear rhinestones and the entire perimeter of the pendant is surrounded by a beautiful twisted rope of silver tone metal and extends beyond it to form the necklace chain of the piece. It is "caught" by a double row of rhinestones just above the top of the pendant.
Lots of texture and detail with glints of light sparkling from the rhinestones and chain make this pendant necklace one that boasts of great costume jewelry expertise and design. So practical, because the color palette is neutral so you will wear it with any color in your wardrobe. It can dress up a sweater or add lots of glamour to a jumpsuit or cocktail dress.
The pendant measures approximately 3 x 1-5/8" and the chain is adjustable from about 23-1/2 to 26" with a fish hook closure and extender chain, which will give you lots of room to adjust it perfectly to your outfit and neckline.
In Excellent Condition, this necklace is unsigned Juliana / DeLizza & Elster jewelry from the 1960s.
The depth of sparkle from the clear rhinestone sparks of light to the hematite color that will glint in the darkness make this a sophisticated and tasteful choice that is timeless and collection-worthy. You will be glad to have this one in your jewelry wardrobe to turn something plain into something fabulous!
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