Miriam Haskell Necklace Iridescent Bubbles Vintage Jewelry #15449

Item number: 15449

This spectacular designer necklace has the original metal hang tag signed Miriam Haskell.


This is a Haskell necklace that is rarely found and I don't believe it has ever been photographed in any vintage jewelry books. <br /> It is a design that was made by Larry Vrba or Peter Raines in the 1970s; a Pop Art culture piece that was not a typical design for Haskell.


The necklace is a shimmering electric sensation of medium and large pastel iridescent clear Acrylic or Lucite beads the look like pools of light crystal. These beads are alive with light!


The necklace is 30" or 76 cm long. The beads range in size from 7/16" to 7/8" or 10 mm to 23 mm and the necklace is not heavy to wear. The beads are strung on sturdy white silk-cotton cord and the cord is hand knotted between every bead.


The entire necklace is in sensational like new condition. All of the beads are microscopically clean and bright with no imperfections or flaws. There are no scratches, chips, scuffs, or cracks. The cord is still bright white and like new. The necklace is finished with the original large brass spring ring clasp and the Miriam Haskell hang tag.


Comes gift wrapped and shipped in a new presentation jewelry box.