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With a wearable length of 16 1/2", the body of this lovely necklace measures 10" by 5/8" wide. The links have a very pale pink enameling, a 5/8" deep pink navette rhinestone and 2 AB pink rhinestone round accents. Close-up(click here) The setting is silvertone rhodium plated.The hook is marked LISNER and a copyright symbol. In excellent condition- a couple of fleabite chips to the enamel- all of the stones are clear and brilliant. Back(click here)
This is such a delicate, feminine necklace. Measuring 12" with total adjustment to 15 1/2", the center swag is 1/2" wide. The pink plastic 1/2 balls have a shimmery moonstone effect and are overlapped with a gold swirl. There is a rhinestone round accent in between each cabochon. The piece has a heavy goldwash that shows little wear and is signed Coro with the Pegasus on the back. In excellent condition.
This lovely goldtone necklace has a chain that is 36" long and tassles that add another 3 1/4". The slide is adjustible so that you can wear it anywhere along the chain length. The slide measures 1 1/2" by 1" and has pretty green rhinestone accents. Close-up(click here) Signed FLORENZA and the copyright symbol on the back of the slide. In Excellent Condition. Back(click here)
With adjustment to 16 1/2", this lovely choker is very heavy and has such nice coloring! The center molded glass bead is about 1" long and is in tones of pink and cranberry. The 12MM bumpy round glass beads are done in frosty, swirly shades of cranberry. The chain is unusual- with etched solid square bars set into oval links. In between the beads are spring like spacers. The metal is an oxidized antiqued goldtone. Thr adjustment chain is made up of filigree balls. The hook closure has the trademark Haskell filigree floret on top and is signed MIRIAM HASKELL. There is also the metal hangtag with the same signature. Comes in a hardtop leatherlike presentation box. In excellent condition- an older haskell with the typical design flare!
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Lorie and Mark Mattson