Vintage Coral And Cultured Pearl Five Row Necklace, Circa 1970
A vintage five row necklace, comprised of three rows of 6mm white cultured pearls and two rows of 8mm round pale pink coral beads, with two 18ct yellow gold spacer bars, strung on to an oval clasp, set with a cabochon coral. Stamped "750" for 18ct gold. Circa 1970.
- Circa 1970
- 18ct yellow gold
- Coral and pearl
- Approximate Measurements
- Length: 19 inches
- Good - Light wear consistent with age and use
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