vintage c. 1930s to 1940s unusual burgundy glass wired bugle beaded fringe collar necklace - anemone
A very organic looking collar neckline, with long deep red glass bugle beads on fine wire to form a fringe. They're all attached to a fine chain by individual jump rings, quite a feat - I did wonder if it was an early Haskell design, but I've not seen anything else quite like it.
When I bought it, it had an edwardian watch chain/dog clip as a fastener so I have replaced with a vintage bolt ring - so sadly I'm not sure what the original fastener was to help identify or date more precisely, but it came in a small lot of mainly 20s-50s jewellery I purchased for myself.
Length is approx
fringe is approx deep.
Very good - as mentioned above I've replaced the clasp. The odd bead has a slightly uneven finish to the end as shown - and just one 'fringe' section is a good few mm longer than the others! Really interesting necklace.
Please do study the photos as they form part of the description. All jewellery comes with either modern gift box, or presentation pouch.