This is a beautiful timeless Miriam Haskell necklace, consisting of a gold-tone brass, double-rolo chain intermittently separated by gorgeous costume crystal in varying sizes. We date this piece to the 1970s.
The biggest of these costume crystals is six-sided and measures ¾" wide. The smaller costume crystals embody a rounder, faceted shape and are further embellished rhinestone-encrusted spacer beads
Each "crystal" is approximately 5 ½" apart and separated by two strands of chain. The clasp exhibits an etched mark reading "Haskell" on one side, and a numerical stamp on the other; this reads "Patent 3427691".
A Miriam Haskell slide clasp remains beautifully preserved at the end of the necklace, as does the Miriam Haskell hang-tag attached there.
With only slight wear and measuring a total of 57" long from end to end, this necklace is an absolute show-stopper.
This is a classic style that is very versatile and will never go out of style. And, when you receive complements, you can brag that "it's vintage." Fun.
Wear it as one long strand, or double-up for a more versatile look.