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    Posted 6 years ago

    purmple
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    I know this is a beautiful Miriam Haskell necklace. Im hoping someone can share some information on it. Like when it was made. Thank you. Enjoy.

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    1. Gillian, 6 years ago
      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/costume-jewelry/haskell
    2. Bluboi Bluboi, 6 years ago
      My friend Sheila Pamfiloff and I wrote a book called Miriam Haskell Jewelry. We owned a very similar necklace and Larry Vrba identified it as belonging to the 1975 holiday line. You can see the necklace in the book on page 224.

      There are a number of characteristics which provide clues to identifying the period and designer, but it is very hard to pin things down to very specific dates (unless you are lucky and have someone like Larry or Millie Petronzio provide input, or have an ad).

      For example, during Larry's design period (1970-1978), a new type of clasp was introduced in 1975. Thus, any jewelry with that clasp would have been made from 1975 onwards. But, Haskell had such a huge supply of parts, you will see the Haskell hook (such as on your necklace) which they started using in the early 1950s.

      The fan-shaped beads in your necklace were purchased during the 1970s, but the melon beads were old stock, bought in the 1950s.

      Hope this helps!

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