Miriam Haskell necklace designed by Lawrence Vrba in
the mid-1970s. Egyptian revival styling with King Tut masks and glass beads in two shades of blue, red, coral-color and gold-tone metal spacers. Marked: Miriam Haskell.
1940s pendant drop necklace comprised of amethyst purple
glass beads, gold-filled hourglass-shaped findings, and a large faceted drop dangle. Most likely made in Europe. The matching earrings are marked "1/20 12K G.F. Record" on the screw-back mechanisms. Necklace, 16.25"L with ...
Necklace featuring jewel-tone glass stones simulating jade green,
ruby red, amethyst purple, and lapis blue along with faux pearl accents. Gold plated setting. Pendant is accented with four dangling art glass textured drops in amethyst purple and cranberry red colors. ...