1920s French Jet Fringe Necklace

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A flamboyant flapper era fringe necklace with a hint of Egyptian design. King Tutankhamen's tomb was opened in 1922 and the world of fashion fell in love with the Egyptian look. Created from brass chain and tear drop shaped French jet glass drops. All brass parts have been gold washed. If you are a person who likes to look smooth and unruffled, this necklace is not for you. The fringes just do what they want, no matter how hard you try to get them to stay in their designated areas. When you move, they move. Extremely Fine condition with no damage or repairs. The brass, where the gold wash has worn away, has aged to a lovely patina and the glass is in excellent condition. No missing drops as far as I can tell. The spring ring clasp is in workable condition although not as springy as it once was. All parts appear to be original to the necklace. 16-1/2 inches long. Circa: 1920s. Not hallmarked. Gift boxed. (The box is not vintage.)
(Item #10803)

  • Circa: 1920s
  • Composition: Gold washed brass and black glass drops.
  • Necklace Dimensions: 16-1/2 inches long.
  • Glass Drops: 1 inch long.
  • Clasp: Spring ring.

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Price: $125 USD

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