This is a gorgeous, rare, vintage Miriam Haskell necklace designed with wonderful turquoise colored beads, faux, champagne pearls, and a masterfully crafted central pendant of speckled, translucent acrylic.
This necklace has definitely been restrung using the original pieces, but it maintains its original beauty.
The acrylic is heavy and feels like glass, but it is acrylic.
The central piece is surrounded with beautifully filigreed, rhinestone encrusted components, from which two clusters of bunched beads and faux pearls emanate.
Two pieces of acrylic echoing the look of the central pendant are framed by two rhinestone encrusted spacers.
Two lengths of turquoise colored beads, separated by delicate, gold-tone spacers culminate in an elegant hook and loop clasp.
An extender chain is at the end of the necklace. In excellent vintage condition, the brass displays a luxurious, rich patina, while the beads are in great condition, too.
This necklace is a brilliant example of the timeless Haskell aesthetic. It's styling, colors and composition are classic Haskell. The necklace has a nice weight to it and looks and feels of very high quality.
The central stone is a great texture. When you hold the necklace, you can't help but feel the stone. It is so pretty, it looks like candy! We love this piece and hope you will, too.
Necklace measures : 16 ½" long Extra chain measures: 2" long Central pendant measures: 1" tall, 1 ¼" wide Hallmarks: "Miriam Haskell" on brass hook clasp