It was made in Thuringia and is most likely Selesian. If not Selesian, then Gablonz. I've studied the teachings of Sibylle Jargstorf for many decades. She is the worlds most noted authority on old European glass and crystal beads. She considers old lead glass/crystal beads like these to be very rare because of the way the beads are caned inside.
Today we would call this color root beer but when the beads were made the color was called amber. But, they are not plain amber. They are givre' lead glass crystals or "color caned" inside which creates superb sparkling brilliance and depth.
All of the beads are barrel shaped with small diamond facets that are highly hand polished. Very, very rare hand made crystal beads !
A nice long flapper strand, the necklace is 31" or 79 cm long. The barrel beads are 14 mm long. The beads are strung on the original amber colored cotton cord and hand knotted between each bead. The original brass barrel clasp, in fine working order, is also in place.
The entire necklace is in pristine clean condition and is in superb condition for age. There are no chips or cracks and only very microscopic hints of wear.
Comes gift wrapped and shipped in a new luxury presentation necklace box.