Designed in an Egyptian Revival motif released in the 1970s when the King Tut exhibition first came to the United States. Features a kneeling, winged, Isis, who is holding up a disc. In front of her is a large, carved, green glass scarab which is set in a filigree oval that has the beautiful Russian gold plated finish which is customary to Haskell jewelry. The mesh neck chain ends with the 70's slide/pull clasp which is stamped miriam Haskell. The other side of the clasp has the patent # 3427691 dating it to 1969. An oval hang tag is present at the clasp area and the back also has the signed Haskell oval cartouche.
Signed all over, lol!
Very good - excellent vintage condition, some metal components show a patina. This is mainly on the pull clasp and small jump rings
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Please keep in mind though we may rate vintage jewelry as in very good to excellent vintage condition, these pieces are pre-owned and may show very gentle wear. This is only pertaining to normal wear as in very slight loss of brilliance in stones, faint, barely visible scratches on metal, and patina on certain metals such as brass and silver / silver plated metal