Lovely one strand vintage necklace. Molded white deco cabs, round
amber beads, golden beads, and a variety of beads. This necklace
measures 28" in length. Spring Clasp.
Black plastic necklace. Black round plastic beads alternating with facet
black beads with dangle droplets. Translucent golden amber spacers
and golden chain. Although beads are light in weight, it is showy. 1970s.
This necklace measures 16" in length. Spring Clasp.
Gorgeous medallion contemporary necklace. Golden metal chain
measures approximately 32" long. Medallions are around 4 inches in
length. Brilliant Gold tone chain with each link being detailed. This is an
absolute gorgeous piece for your wardrobe. 1970's.
Charming Multi-color necklace. An array of colors, rectangular beads with
golden spacers. This plastic bead necklace may have been retied at one
end. Necklace measures 19" in length. Spring Clasp. Every woman feels
stunning wearing vintage bead necklaces.
Simple and elegant, White And Alabaster Faux Pearl Necklace. Pearls
and beads alternate on a 24 inch necklace. Spring ring closure. Late
1970's and has been stored, hardly worn.
Vintage bead necklace with creamy and ribbon beads with golden texture
alternates with chocolate swirl links. Lucite necklace retains a small
portion of paper tag, possibly never worn. Measures 17.5 inches in length.
Est. 1940s vintage jewelry beads.
YOU WILL LOVE THIS VINTAGE NECKLACE.....Black, grays, and silver
vintage bead and simulated pearl necklace. "Double" line with a hidden
button top locking clasp (shown). The clasp had a simulated pearl silver
gray top. Vintage necklace measures 20 inches in length.
Tortoise clear lucite beaded necklace alternating with golden ball
beads. Hidden screw closure. Measuring 23" in length.
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|Indeed, jewelry often passed from
generation to generation as family
heirlooms. Flowers in jewelry were both
symbolic of Victorian sentiment and
reflection of interest in nature. Flower motif
brooches carried over from Georgian times,
but became more three-dimensional and
realistic. Flower heads were often set in
brooches, and realistically rendered.
Eventually the development using plastics
and color became increasing possible to get
the most stylish designs.