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Rare and highly sought-after vintage necklace by Delizza and Elster. Green and fuschia watermelon heliotrope stones as pictured on page 36 of Ann Pitman's "Juliana Jewelry" (I think it's in Katerina Musetti's book as well). The heliotrope stones are surrounded by AB, fuschia and amethest round-cut stones and navettes in a floral pattern. Measures 16" including the hook clasp.

These heliotrope stones are on fire, with incredible radiance! I believe they're also known as vitrail medium. There is some wear to their coatings on the back, which shows through in bright light, depending on the angle. Feel free to convo me with your email address if you would like to see more pics.

Ships with insurance and signature confirmation -- the package will have to be signed for on delivery.

Vintage 1960s -- a classic Juliana masterpiece!

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Juliana Watermelon Heliotrope Necklace Delizza and Elster - Rare and Hard to Find Book Piece Vintage 1960s D & E Jewelry


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: watermelon rhinestones, heliotrope rhinestones, glass, crystal, gilt metal, gold tone, round cut stones, navettes, amethyst rhinestones, aurora borealis rhinestones, j hook, fuschia rhinestones
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 279 reviews
  • Favorited by: 62 people