Bow pendant fringed rhinestone necklace 1960s

1960s Clothing




Necklace length: maximum 15”; adjust with clasp
Pendant section: 3” long drop
Label: none

This fabulous rhinestone pendant necklace from the 1960s features 11 strands of “fringe” hanging from a darling, center rhinestone bow. The bow itself is soldered into one solid piece, while the triangular rhinestone strands below it have 3 rows soldered across, for stability, with the 11 lowest rhinestone fringe strands are left unsoldered, to swing freely. (This is more confusing to describe than it is to look at—see our back view of the pendant section.) The bow pendant is attached to a single strand of matching, relatively small, clear rhinestones, with an adjustable “hook and tail” clasp. Technically the necklace could be worn as a choker, if you choose to fasten it that short; its maximum length is 15 inches. In excellent condition, this circa mid-1960s, clear rhinestone pendant is a fun, youthful style!