Necklace: 16” long and .75” wide (both strands together)
Earrings: 1.5” total drop; circles are 1” in diameter
This late 1960s or early 70s choker necklace and earrings set by Napier has a modified form of snake chain in both bright gold and silver metal. One strand in each color, the two strands are twisted together (crossing each other in front) to form the necklace. The matching clip-on earrings are a drop, double hoop style, made of two pieces with the same type of chain texture, but fused into solid circles, rather than flexible chain, like the necklace. The necklace fastens with an oval-headed box clasp and is about collarbone length when worn, just a bit longer than a typical choker. The gold and silver metal is relatively heavy and has very shiny plating. This circa 60s or 70s jewelry set is quite well made and it is in excellent to mint condition.