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Emmons Faux Peal and Gold Tone Necklace 56"

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Emmons was founded in 1949 by Charles Stewart of Sarah Coventry. Emmons was sold in home parties (like Sarah Coventry) until 1981.

The date of production of this piece is unknown but it's a beautiful, timeless piece in great condition!

The necklace measures 56" long. Each faux pearl is approximately 1/2" long and approximately 3/8" wide. Spacing between beads is approximately 1".


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Emmons Faux Peal and Gold Tone Necklace 56"

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  • Vintage item
  • Chain style: Bead
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