This unusual Miriam Haskell necklace features brown plastic disks with varied gray accent beads. Pairs of ruffled gray beads sandwich the brown disks at the front of the necklace and small gray seed beads separate these sandwiches and the disks at the back of the necklace. The clasp is a hook and tail, with a gray Haskell flower on the hook and gray beads on the tail. A slightly smaller brown disk terminates the tail. Metal parts have a silver finish. This necklace is very subdued for Haskell, but in its creative use of beads is still within the classic Haskell vocabulary.
SIZE: 16-1/2" long, can be shortened to 14" with the adjustable tail. The disks are 1/2" in diameter.
MARKS: "Miriam Haskell" on the hook and on a hang tag.
AGE: Second half of 20th century
CONDITION: very good vintage condition with minor signs of wear consistent with age and use.
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