RARE Mariam Haskell Earring & Bracelet Set
This comes to straight to you from Alamo Heights, Tx. This is a true Miriam Haskell vintage piece in great condition. It is colorful and truly a great find! Fifteen purple bead strands are accented with jade, various colored crystals and small beads. Strands are nice and taught and end caps are NOT missing any pieces. Gold tone metal clasp and lock in show some wear (discoloration and scratching). It closes and stays put, but does not lock extremely tight. I have worn for the bracelet for hours to test it out and never had it open or fall off. Clip back earrings are adorned with purple beads and various colored crystals and in perfect working order. There is some tarnishing to metal work on strands. Beautiful, unique and a rare find for this price! Most sets or pairs with this much detail sell for well over $1000.
Miriam Haskell (July 1, 1899 – July 14, 1981) was an American designer of costume jewelry. With creative partner Frank Hess, she designed affordable pieces from 1920 through the 1960's. Her vintage items are eagerly collected and the namesake company, which first displayed her jewelry in New York City's McAlpin Hotel, continues. It is currently listed as Haskell Jewels, LLC
- Gold Tone Metal Work (NOT solid gold)
- RARE Retro Suite by Mariam Haskell (marked)
- Purple Bead Worked & Crystal Accents (NOT real gemstones)
- Bracelet approx. 8" inches in length
- Bracelet approx. 2 1/2" inches wide
- Earrings approx. 1 3/4" inches long
- Earrings approx. 1 2/16" inches at widest point
- No Appraisal
This set is sold together and is not accompanied by an appraisal as it is high end fashion jewelry and value is determined by current market.