A collection of beautifully-draped vintage goldtone chains (some roped, some linked) is adorned with a trio of incredibly gorgeous faux coral and pearl beaded flowers by Miriam Haskell. The flowers (a demi-parure set of earrings and pin) are a stunning example of the intricacy and detail of Haskell’s costume jewelry from the 1940s and 50s—each fabulous bead is woven in place through a filigreed setting with the finest gold wire thread and backed with a tiny brass bead, making the reverse as beautiful as the front.
The earrings are wired permanently at the side of the necklace, but the brooch can be worn separately or added at whim to its floral partners on any of the chains.
At once decadent and demure, this is a necklace for someone who adores and appreciates fashionable and luxurious detail…and perhaps has an eco-conscious spirit, as all materials in this jewel are entirely repurposed vintage components.
Approximately 18” long; vintage etched goldtone clasp with seed pearl accent.