Green GlassNecklace - c.1930s

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DESCRIPTION: This is a Vintage Art Deco mint green opaque glass bead necklace featuring round graduating beads and crystals in between each peaking glass 

bead. The 3 large centre beads have lovely filigree caps. The green glass is mottled to give variation in the colour.

The necklace has been threaded with a rope and has a copper/gold done barrel clasp that is very secure. 

Believed to be form around the Circa 1930's and possible "Czechoslovakian" 

CONDITION: The necklace is in excellent vintage condition with minor aged patina.  

Please look carefully at the photos as they form an important part of the description, size and condition of the item.  

Please feel free to ask us any questions about the item before purchasing. 


Gemstone Specifics: Peaking Glass & Chrystal Rhinestones 

Hallmarks & Stamps: No Stamps 

Weight: 45.50 grams 

Measurements: 42 cm length 12 cm diameter 

Metal: Gold toned 

Manufacture Process: Handmade  


SKU: E1902SB7 


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