This is a wonderful, early Miriam Haskell set. Spezzati coral was a popular medium during the 1930's for Haskell designs.
Miriam Haskell did not sign her pieces until the late '40s. This is an unsigned piece we date to the '30s.
This necklace has the spring clasp consistent her 1930s designs, and the metal tone of the clasp matches the metal in the rest of the necklace.
Miriam Haskell used a lot of natural branch coral (spezzati) in her earlier pieces influenced by her travels in the southwest.
This style of coral and faux turquoise was created only for a short period of time, so when you find her coral pieces, it is an exciting discovery.
This beautiful sautoir necklace features natural coral and faux turquoise and measures five feet long.
Matching earrings complement the necklace to make this an extraordinary and collectible set.
Exhibiting some very light verdigris and wear on the glass pearls, the set is in otherwise good condition.
The earrings measure 1 ¾" long and 1.2" wide.
Highly collectible, this is a wearable, but moreover, an investment piece for lovers of Miriam Haskell jewelry.
This set works for dress occasions and also for daily wear.
You will receive lots of attention and compliments wearing this set and be the envy of your friends.
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