SN-9288This Miriam Haskell necklace was made in the 1930s before Haskell signed her jewelry and is highly collectible. It has a double chain that leads to seven scallops connected to each other. Each scallop has clusters of seed pearls and rose montee accents. There is a faux pearl that dangles at the bottom. This necklace is in a gold tone setting and measures 19". The centerpiece measures 6" across and 1-1/2" at the drop. It has the old Haskell slide in clasp with the patent number "33.984.900". This necklace is in excellent condition.