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This is a long necklace signed Miriam Haskell which features a huge crystal glass ball with a lucite bead chain separated by brass spacers. It surely looks like a disco ball and I can just see it on the typical dance floor of the l970's.

I know this doesn't look like typical Miriam Haskell, but it is Haskell and from the 1970's when Larry Vrba was the head designer. To quote the book, Miriam Haskell Jewelry, by Gordon and Pamfiloff, "The company was branching into new and broader markets and therefore developing innovative looks in response to trends in current fashions." . This necklace is further dated by the clasp which features the patented slide clasp, first used by Haskell in 1975 (see photos of front and back).

The ball on this necklace is approximately 1-1/2 inches. The necklace itself is 26 inches long. The ball is in perfect condition, no chips. The lucite chain seems to "kink" just a tiny bit like it's a bit tight, probably from lack of use, but otherwise in very good condition.

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Don't hesitate to ask me any questions you may have and thanks for your interest.

And, to stir a few memories, "Get Down Tonight"

cij 15% off sale Haskell Disco Ball Glass Necklace SIGNED Vintage Jewelry


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: crystal, lucite
  • Only ships within United States.
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