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Jackie Kennedy Crystal Orb Necklace
Item #45569
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Toned in 18k gold, this gleaming replica Jackie Kennedy Crystal Orb Necklace is jeweled with faceted Swarovski® crystal orbs. Lobster clasp. Elegant presentation case. Certificate of authenticity. Jackie bought the original one-of-a-kind station necklace in Paris in 1972. A perfect example of her classic style, the Valentino design was fashioned with glass rhinestones.
Jackie Kennedy’s fashion choices were so stylish—glass pearls, statement jewelry, a simple tank watch—they are as on-trend today as in the heyday of Camelot. Like her signature faux pearls, many of Jackie’s personal items can be found in First Ladies, one of the most popular exhibits at our National Museum of American History.
30"l. with 3"l. extension.

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By Cheryl
Hendersonville TN
September 07, 2017
"This lovely necklace was a surprise Birthday Gift from my Husband. I plan to wear it with sweaters this winter, It will be perfect for Holidays. I was so excited when I opened the box. So Elegant."
By somerhead
Cleveland OH
October 21, 2016
"Anniversary Gift - item was received with two stones having fallen out of their mountings! Item has been returned. Be aware - Smithsonian Store does not pay for return shipping, even if item is damaged/broken! Had to argue vociferously to have them agree (on a one-time basis) to pay for shipping!"
By Pauline
Indianapolis, IN
February 08, 2016
"This came beautifully boxed and looked very nice. However, was disappointed in its weight. When I took it out of the box, one of the crystals had fallen out of its set and into the bottom of the display box."
By anne
new smyrna bch., fl.
January 05, 2016
"i will continue to search for a better "jackie" item"
By JoyceC
New Orleans, LA
December 21, 2015
"I was so excited about wearing this piece, but was very dismayed when the lovely crystals FELL OUT of the necklace before I ever left the house with it. Clearly the quality in workmanship is a far cry from what Jackie O would expect. Shame on you, Smithsonian!"