Southwestern Native American Indian influence is apparent in Miriam Haskell's delightful four strand necklace featuring seed beads in black, white, turquoise and cactus. Large white glass beads (sometimes referred to as milk or chalk) are strung at staged intervals and wired at extension end. Bead strand ends are filigree capped. Hook charm bears Haskell's signature wired, beaded flower blossom.
The necklace's top strand is adjustable to about 16 inches with beaded extension end and charmed hook closure. Largest white beads are about 8 millimeters. Weight of the necklace is 44 grams.
Condition is excellent vintage. All components original and intact. All strands appear securely strung. No chips, nicks, cracks or breaks to beads. White beads retain consistent clean gleam. Gold tone finish reflected age commensurate patina. No polishing done. Extension end and flower blossom charm wired securely. Extremely clean. No damage / no repairs. Excellent vintage.
Original hook signed: "MIRIAM HASKELL". Circa 1950s-1960s.
Sew your seeds of the southwest with Miriam Haskell. At Cody's.
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