This 1950s rhinestone choker necklace features extra-bright, clear stones, and an unusual design. The rhinestone-studded silver-tone metal links are each hooked together in back (like a hook and eye). Each individual link is a flower shape, with one side left “petal-less” to fit/link into the next section of the necklace (see close-up photo). The hook and tail style chain clasp at the back of the choker is also a bit unusual, in that it has tiny channel-set rhinestones between each chain link. You can adjust the length of the necklace using the attached hook, to best fit your neck size (see measurements). Although unsigned, this true vintage 1950s rhinestone necklace is well constructed and has a nice, heavyweight feel to it. It is in excellent condition.
Length: 16.5” total length. Center section (without chain) measures 9” long
Neck size: will fit best for approx. 12.5” to 15.5”
Width: “flower” links are .5” wide