Check out this captivating 1970s vintage Miriam Haskell poured glass panel, glass bead and crystal necklace, created during Larry Vrba's reign as head designer at Haskell. Gorgeous translucent free form green glass beads are accented with Montana blue crystal glass cone beads. The centerpiece has a stained glass like glow with translucent jewel tone glass panels in blue and green held in place with goldtone metal channels. (Both sides of the necklace display the same.) From this centerpiece three bead sections dangle. Heavy, thick chain links, in the famed Haskell Russian goldtone tie it all together.
The necklace measures a fixed approximate 15 inches with a slide clasp -- incorporated into Haskell designs about 1975. The centerpiece section is about 1 1/2 inches wide with the longest dangle at approximately 2 inches. Green glass beads are approximately 13 millimeters. Weight of the necklace is about 42 grams.
Condition of the necklace is excellent vintage. All components original and intact. Glass beads, crystals and glass panels free from damage. Goldtone finishes intact. Clasp secure. No damage / no repairs. Excellent vintage.
The necklace's original slide clasp is signed on one side with "Miriam Haskell" and the other with the familiar patent number "3427691".
A spectacular transitional necklace utilizing elements from Haskell's traditional past incorporated with the era's contemporary materials and themes.
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