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Costume Necklaces963 of 981 Asian Ivory dragon  bead necklaceMulti colored centerpiece necklace and earrings
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    Posted 12 years ago

    Fabulousvi…
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    Someone told me this was Chanel. I have no idea. I'm not even sure
    what the green beads are...bakelite? Does anyone have any ideas about
    materials and makers or even value? Pearls are not real.
    Thanks.

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    1. Nicole, 12 years ago
      Great necklace but I doubt that its chanel her earlier unsigned pieces were mostly poured glass, if it was a later piece it would be signed. Are the center beads thick? I would like to see the clasp that could help us figure it out.
    2. Fabulousvintage Fabulousvintage, 12 years ago
      Hello Nicole,
      Thanks for your input. I'm pretty sure the marbled green beads are
      bakelite as a little yellow color comes off when I used a little dish soap and water on them and and then rubbed a spot with it.
      They are thick and they look like much of the bakelite I see on ebay and such.

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