Mid Century Modernist Goldstone Pendant Necklace, Vintage 1960s 1970s Jewelry and offered by TheJewelSeeker on 21VintageStreet.com and offered by TheJewelSeeker on 21VintageStreet.com . The pendant has a large bean shaped polished and very sparkly goldtone set in silver tone setting. There are two smaller and similar shaped pieces on the left side of the larger stone. The pendant dangles on a linky silver tone chain. Goldstone is a unique glass that has been created in a low oxygen zone. It is often misrepresented as a gemstone, but it is actually glass. It polishes nicely, and makes lovely jewelry and carved into figurines. Thsi pendant measures approximately 2″ x 1 1/2″. It’s a great statement piece. The chain measures approximately 24″ long.It is in excellent condition
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