I’ve been a collector of Haskell for many, many years and this early Haskell beauty is a showstopper! It’s from the 30s when Haskell did not sign her jewelry. It has a slide-in clasp with three chains on both sides descending to a 4” wide bronze metal centerpiece. The “3-dimensional wing” centerpiece is designed with of leaves and flowers accented with crystals and two center flowers. At the bottom of each chain close to the centerpiece are faux pearls surrounded by two tiny red glass beads. This early Haskell necklace has been sitting in a special collection and we are excited to have it. The necklace is 16”. Everything appears to be in very good vintage condition with the exception of several pearls that are gently worn.