Miriam Haskell Wood Necklace

$650
Miriam Haskell Wood Necklace
. Rare 1940's unsigned Miriam Haskell necklace by Frank Hess. Wood necklace with hook clasp. Miriam Haskell's costume jewelry was seldom signed before 1950 - it was her brother, Joseph Haskell, who first introduced regularly signed Miriam Haskell jewelry. The years of the Great Depression and war brought about some of the wittiest, most absurd, and some of the most fun 20th century jewelry. Wood jewelry was either assembled, where wooden beads were mixed with plastic, glass and other materials, or carved and painted. Approximate Measurements: Length 18” Made in: USA Condition: Very Good About The Designer Since opening her first boutique in 1926, it wasn’t long before Miriam Haskell's spectacular, custom-made jewels were sought after, collected and cherished. Her creations were a hit with women of her day. Today, Miriam Haskell's costume jewelry collections promise continued appreciation, be it at an auction house, by chic women throughout the world, or simply by generations to come. Her rare vintage pieces can command high prices from collectors.
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