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Bernard Instone Long Necklace*
Long silver necklace with no less than 20 oval glass beads in the form of double-sided turquoise matrix cabochons, all set at regular intervals along the entire length.
Linked between each one is an oval silver wire enclosing a little stylised flower.
The necklace is just about long enough to be worn doubled if preferred.
Unmarked but known to be a Bernard Instone piece and with a length of approximately 75 cm.
This piece is somewhat similar to our sold item, ref. 13432 but considerably harder to find having much larger beads, each of which measures 1.5 X 1.2 cm.
N.B. The lady from whom we acquired this necklace, together with the bracelet no. 15644, told us that whenever she wore both items at the same time she would very often receive extremely favourable comments on the combination.