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Unsigned blue rhinestone "swag" style necklace

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AnythingObsc…'s loves1424 of 7718Antique wrench with W 101Lawson Style 460 Award Clock, 1940
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    Posted 7 months ago

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    I bought this pretty little choker necklace at a local flea market. It features small blue rhinestones and a pretty "swag" style design, with the strings of rhinestones looped over one another. The stones are bright but the pictures don't do them justice I am afraid.

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    1. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 7 months ago
      I thought Sherman at first but not when I looked at the clasp. Its a bit unusual but definitely not Sherman in construction of the design. So possibly collectors of American makers may know the score. Quite attractive !~
    2. Andreamw, 7 months ago
      Thanks for the feedback Phil-- I'd love to know more about this piece. It's so helpful to hear from people who can recognize specific styles and makers of jewelry. I know I have seen that clasp before, but not necessarily associated with any particular maker.
    3. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 7 months ago
      Pretty necklace. These pieces are known as “Prom Wear”.
      All the girls in the 50’s had these dainty necklaces to add to their party dresses! :)
    4. Andreamw, 7 months ago
      I didn't know about the term "Prom Wear" MsCrystalShip, but it makes perfect sense! There are lost of these types of necklaces to be found, and I think they are so cool.

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