This beautiful five strand necklace is made up of three strands of simulated pearls and two strands of carnelian-like stone beads and measures 17 inches in length. The two carnelian-like stone strands are composed of the same size beads throughout. Two of the simulated pearl strands are also composed of the same size beads. The middle strand of simulated pearls are made up of teardrop shapes with matte goldtone metal floral cuppings and larger round beads. There is also one matte goldtone bead in the middle of the strand. When the necklace is worn, the strands fall as though they seem to intertwine with one another, creating a very dramatic and random effect. The necklace has a pushpin closure and is in excellent working condition. Circa 1987, I see no visible signs of wear, and this unmarked necklace is in excellent vintage condition.
NOTE: See item SL124. Although it is not a set, these earrings compliment the necklace almost perfectly.