Popular since the late 19th century, rhinestone jewelry made sparkling necklaces, bracelets, and earrings accessible to the middle class. While most women couldn't afford to wear diamonds, they could sport the next best thing. The popularity of rhinestone costume jewelry took off in the 1920s, and these beautiful and affordable creations came in every color and style imaginable.
Sparkle in this classically vintage art deco necklace, filled to the brim with sparkling rhinestones that shines brilliantly under light. In geometric design, this piece is bound to wow any onlooker.
Purchased from an estate sale, this piece's condition is used, and has signs of wear. The stones itself still shine and all are accounted for. Closure is a lobster claw and the necklace is adjustable with link chain.
Length of necklace is 16" - 18" adjustable
Main stone is .9" (width) x 1.2" (length)
Thickest width is 1"
Silver tone on metal