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Very pretty vintage Venetian wedding cake bead necklace in green, pink, and gold has a delicate scale that won’t overpower its wearer. The spring green glass has sweetly arranged pink rosebuds accented by aventurine diagonal bands that shimmer in a bronzy gold. These glorious beads are handmade using the same methods of lampworking that have been traditional for hundreds of years. This vintage Art Deco necklace has silvertone connectors and endcaps, and was entirely hand-assembled. While some of the silver plating has worn off through the years revealing the brass base metal, the beads are in fine condition with two small losses, but no cracks, or chips. One tiny portion of a drizzled leaf (left edge of top row) is nicked. And one aventurine trail on one of the long beads is broken off, but it follows the line, and I only found it by running my finger along the edge. Visually, neither is distracting (I’ve looked this over many times and didn’t see either!). A simple brass spring ring clasp completes the necklace and should be double-checked for closure. In the Czech style, though it is not marked. C. 1930’s and gorgeous!

SIZE: 18”L with the centerpiece = 1”W x 5/8”H

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Venetian Art Deco Vintage Necklace Pink Rosebuds Green with Aventurine Wedding Cake Beads 1930s


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: Venetian glass beads, silver tone metal, brass
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 951 reviews
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