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    Posted 10 months ago

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    I have been trying for some time to find out more about this necklace. I found two other ones online but neither one gave information about the maker.

    The necklace is heavy and appears to be well made. Purple or lavender belong to the colours I love, but I never wear them because they seem to crush with my complexion.

    Thanks for looking:)

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    1. freiheit freiheit, 10 months ago
      Thanks so much, Newfld and vetraio50 :)
    2. valentino97 valentino97, 10 months ago
      Sorry I can't help you. I usually only buy this style to harvest the vintage beads - but only if it's broken :-)
    3. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 10 months ago
      These little beads can pack a punch when put together with a necklace such as this!
      One of my first pieces I acquired was a forest green rhinestone clamper with seed beads wired in. My Father bought it at an antique auction many years ago for me.
      This necklace is a work of art. Thousands of beads come together with lovely clasps and the transparent balls in between are a final touch from the maker. When something is made so well, why, oh, why didn’t they sign it?
    4. freiheit freiheit, 10 months ago
      Thanks so much for your comments, Mary and Ms.CrystalShip:)
      Usually, I don't buy this kind of necklaces. It was an impulse buy on one of the first days Value Village opened in Mississauga after the shutdown. I liked the colour and the clasps and took my chances. I agree, after so much effort, why not sign it?! Maybe it had a hang tag.
      I guess the fact that your father bought you the clamper made it a very special item, MsCrystalShip. I have many pieces of jewellery but there are only a few that I am emotionally attached to. They were given to me by my grandma, her sister, my mom or my husband:)
    5. freiheit freiheit, 9 months ago
      I came across some necklaces with interesting clasps. None were exactly like mine but they may help date my necklace. They date to around the 1960's and were made by Valjean under the name "Spun Sugar". Just a thought:)

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