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-Necklace] Haskell used a lot of spezzati coral in her 1930s pieces.  Shown here is a probable Haskell collar and a definite Haskell pin.  The collar has the typical Haskell spring-ring clasp.  I have positively confirmed that Haskell used this type of chain, and now have 3 samples of probables.  Unsigned Haskell. Snake Jewelry, Coral Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Vintage Chic, Turquoise Art, Turquoise Glass, Vintage Costume Jewelry

Haskell-Unsigned Pieces

Miriam Haskell opened her store in New York City in 1926 in the McAlpin Hotel. Until the late 1940s, her jewelry was not signed. This album provides examples of sets, necklaces, bracelets and earrings from her unsigned period. The pieces are approximately dated though this is extremely tricky as her materials were used over and over in different combinations and during different time periods.