Art Deco 14kt Rock Quartz Crystal Convertible Necklace + Bracelet
This magnificent and unique rock quartz crystal necklace from the Art Deco (1920) era has a convertible design that can be worn in several stylish ways! Crafted in 14kt white gold, this statement piece is comprised of a strand of smooth rock quartz crystal half-spheres. The convertible piece can be worn as a single, long necklace, or it can be separated and worn as a shorter necklace with a matching bracelet. This fabulous conversion is made possible by two push clasps seamlessly hidden within the length of necklace. The open back rock crystals are each surrounded by a smoothly polished bezel embellished with a fine milgrain edge, providing a wonderful texture to the design. Resting in between each cabochon is a geometric shaped link, decorated with a subtle grooved surface, adding to the wonderful Art Deco era aesthetic. Finishing the design is a "14K" gold purity mark stamped on the tongue of each push clasp, and once on the back of the clasp. Despite its substantial appearance, the convertible piece remains fairly lightweight for comfortable wear, and the versatility provides wonderful possibilities! Rock quartz crystals have quite an alluring appearance when worn, and this convertible piece is a particularly stunning piece that would make a gorgeous addition to any jewelry collection!
Measurements: When clasped together, the entire necklace measures approximately 25.25" in total length, and is about 5/8" wide, and a 1/4" thick. When separated, the shorter necklace measures about 17.75" and the bracelet measures approximately 7.5" long.
Condition: The overall condition of the necklace is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the white gold setting. All of the polished rock quartz crystal links are intact and free of chips or scratches. The push clasps fastens securely and are in good working condition.