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Haskell Egyptian Revival Necklace

Chic Antiques by Pamela Wiggins

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Haskell Egyptian Revival Necklace
Haskell Egyptian Revival Necklace
Haskell Egyptian Revival Necklace
Haskell Egyptian Revival Necklace
Haskell Egyptian Revival Necklace

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1970s
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
ceramic/metal
Size:
18" L x 1.37" W
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

1970s necklace features ceramic molded and carved scarabs, King Tut masks and antiqued goldtone metal work. Dates to Lawrence Vrba's tenure as head designer for the Miriam Haskell company. Marked "Miriam Haskell" on metal hangtag and on hook. Adjusts from about 15.5"L to 18"L. Central carved scarab framed by metal filigree, 1 3/8"L.
As described by Chic Antiques by Pamela Wiggins

About Chic Antiques by Pamela Wiggins

From Victorian finery to rhinestone glitz, Pamela Y. Wiggins knows her vintage. She has been collecting, selling, and studying jewelry for more than 25 years, and serving her customers online since 1995. Her latest book, Warman's Costume Jewelry, is available through all major booksellers. Pamela also co-founded Costume Jewelry Collectors Int’l, an organization dedicated to online educational resources and bringing collectors together at yearly conventions.