Posted 2 months ago
Here's an unusual one. (I think?) This tassel measures almost 9" long in all, and appears to be made entirely of bunches and bunches of tiny black glass beads. The same on both sides, its top part has them all applied to a semi-solid (cardboard, or ?) inner backing material along with several larger matching 'stones', while the bottom part is all loose strands of two differing patterns and lengths.
I do not really know what the intended purpose of this was, but due to items found with it I believe it was most likely a woman's fashion accessory of some variety, quite possibly from the 1920's-30's 'flapper era' or thereabouts. If anybody DOES have any better clue what it is or how old it could be, PLEASE leave a comment and let me (and the rest of us) know!!!