Features large, aurora borealis, midnight blue, carnival glass colored, triangular shaped, pressed glass stones which resemble fans. Accented with golden topaz colored rhinestones which add sparkle to the piece as well. The metal has been silver rhodium plated over the gold metal which gives the finish a very brilliant, light gold color. The linked connecting chain has not been rhodium plated, it has the customary gold plated finish.
Beautiful condition with a notation about the metal as follows:
The metal on many of the pieces from this era have been rhodium plated. Silver rhodium over gold plated metal makes for a very brilliant, light gold color. The metal in this necklace shows this very light, bright, gold color. (silver rhodium plated). However, there is some odd affect in areas on the metal on the back of the piece which looks as if it has had something clear, yet bright, "poured" over it as well. It can be said it almost looks as if the metal has been painted, then covered with a clear substance. I've seen this on many pieces of jewelry from this period. Maybe it was a common defect in the plating process which showed up later on. So here you see a very bright, light gold plating, as well a more dull, gold color in others with that clear coated look on top of them. (Please view the close up photo of the back of the piece)
This does Not affect the beauty of the piece, but noted.
Measures 17~1/2" total adjustable length (main design measures 8 across x 1/2" long)
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