1950s Glass Beaded Multi-Strand Choker Necklace
This incredible multi-strand choker necklace is made of three chains of gold-tone metal with iridescent pink and blue glass beads. The estate from which we acquired it believed it to be designed by Miriam Haskell, who was known to not sign her work at times, but we have not been able to confidently authenticate it and have priced it as unsigned. We believe that it dates to the 1950s.
It fastens with a round box clasp that has a beaded flower design. It fits a 12.5" neck, and has a total width of 2.25". There's some patina to the gold-tone metal but it's otherwise in very good condition.