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Iridescent Glass Leaf Jewelry
Item #47058
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This shimmering Iridescent Glass Leaf Jewelry (triple-strand necklace, single-strand bracelet and triple-leaf drop earrings) beautifully combines rich green Bohemian glass leaves with etched pink and gold glass ovals. Nickel-free gold-plated findings. Handcrafted in the U.S.A.

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Iridescent Glass Leaf Necklace Orig. $200.00 NOW $139.99
Iridescent Glass Leaf Bracelet Orig. $45.00 NOW $29.99
Iridescent Glass Leaf Pierced Earrings Orig. 30.00 NOW $19.99

Evokes luxuriant spring gardens and lovely glass jewelry in the Smithsonian’s costume collections.
Necklace, 17.5"l. with 2"l. extender and lobster clasp; Bracelet, 7.5"l. with toggle clasp; Pierced Earrings, 2"l.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
By Lynn the artist
Connecticut
October 20, 2016
4.05
"I was wowed, the picture didn't do it justice, you can wear the earrings and bracelet everyday if you wish or for dress up. They match the green dress I have perfectly, and I look forward to getting the necklace!"
By Loves to accessorize
Pittsburgh, PA
May 15, 2016
4.05
"This a a very pretty necklace. The colors are exactly what I was looking for - pink with green. The three stands of the necklace hang with about a half inch of space in between the rows and look very nice but for the outfit I had planned, I wanted the strands to be slightly closer together. I took some thread and simply 'tied' the lower row up to fall between the first and second row. It worked nicely and I didn't ruin the necklace and no one could tell that I had made any changes. If I decide I will always want the rows closer together, I will have someone much more skilled than I am permanently change how it is hooked up."
By toddy
canada
April 21, 2016
1.05
"Loved the necklace. Very disappointed when the fastening clasp broke on the second use. Smithsonian store did credit 10.00 towards getting it repaired, but QA should have insisted on heavier fastening hardware."