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  • Beautiful vintage necklace from the 1930s. This art deco Czech pastel glass necklace features a very thin silver tone chain and chrome links leading down to a bib of cut glass pentagon (5 sided) beads in pink and baby blue. Smaller bi cone crystals surround these in amber glass and pale green. The beads are symmetrical symmetrical. There is a secure barrel screw clasp which has lost some of it's silver plating. The overall effect is very light and delicate with the pastel shaded beads and link elements. The necklace is in very good vintage condition. The glass in in excellent condition. Although not signed I'm pretty sure this is a Czech necklace from the Gablonz glass and metal craftspeople. It is such lovely work. The necklace weighs only 6 grams. It  measures 44 cm and sits very nicely around the neckline.  Presented in a beautiful satin drawstring bag.
  • Beautiful sparkly vintage 1930s necklace. This art deco green crystal glass chrome necklace is very eye catching. The necklace features chrome links leading to a lovely bib of  Czech emerald glass teardrops cut glass beads with clear crystal rondelle beads between. These 5 combination sets are linked together by  tiny clear bi cone beads and creates the classic art deco style. The spring ring fastener is very secure and the glass and links are in very good condition. It is a lovely necklace and would look great as a prom or bridal necklace with the gorgeous emerald shade and the choker style which sits beautifully around the neck. It is very delicate. The necklace weighs 15 grams. It  measures 42 cm.  Presented in a beautiful satin drawstring bag.
  • Outstanding vintage necklace. This art deco chrome and glass necklace is in fabulous vintage condition. The necklace features a very delicate 'chain' of chrome metal links leading down to a simple and elegant set of glass beads strung on a strong chain. The beads include two small round chrome beads, two cone shaped faceted smoky black beads, two clear cut crystal rondelles and a stunning orange round bead in the middle. The simplicity of the design makes this necklace so beautiful. I have not seen one like this before. I think it was produced in the machine age with the chrome - which has kept its shine so well - and could well be German. It could actually be a Jakob Bengel design as he did use glass as well as Galaith - a casein based plastic similar to Bakelite. there are no marks on the necklace to identify the maker - it has a strong spring ring clasp. The necklace exudes quality both in the manufacture, and the components. It is totally gorgeous and sits just beautifully around the neckline. I think it is from the 1930s. It weighs 10 grams and measures 21.5 cm long. Presented in a beautiful satin drawstring bag.


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