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MIRIAM
HASKELL

Some of the best and most collectible
Miriam Haskell jewelry was made in the first decades. when Frank Hess
was her head designer. Frank Hess was the head designer from about 1926
to 1960 and his talent is unrivaled. In the early days of Haskell put no identifying marks
on their jewelry at all. As a mater of fact it was not marked until
about 1947. Today the early unsigned pieces can be identified from vintage
art work and advertisements, and by their wonderful detail, hand
work and
design. Read more about HASKELL
EARLY UNSIGNED JEWELRY
, see our article in JEWEL
CHAT
and the feature on
HASKELL ART WORK & ADVERTISING.
For more Miriam Haskell Jewelry and advertising art work, see the pages
below:

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UPDATE: Sadly there is a
lot of Haskell being made to look like the real thing. Be careful and
best of all, buy from a reputable dealer who knows Haskell well and
stands behind what she sells!

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to see

Haskell that is FOR SALE, please CLICK HERE!




HASKELL
Hess set of a bracelet, dress clip and the original hand painted Larry
Austin art work that illustrates them. Made with chartreuse, burnt sienna
and tan flattened glass beads and gold tone leaves, the
bracelet and dress clip are just gorgeous, and they are part of the
nasturtium line. The bracelet is adjustable, being strung on elastic thread, and
it is 7" around when relaxed. The dress clip with dangling beads is 3-1/2" long
by 2-1/3" wide. The design art work is 8" by 10" and her dress, hat and furs are
lovely images of that era. All pieces are in excellent vintage condition. Circa
late 1930s, this is an unsigned Frank Hess set designed for Miriam Haskell.
#H26051

HASKELL Larry Austin
original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell flattened bead and
leaves bracelet and clip,
numbered "815" on back in pencil, 8" by 10". This is one
of my favorites because of the detail in her furs, the Fall colors and the
fashionable hat and dress that it shows. Such an elegant lady!
View #H26053

HASKELL early
unsigned Frank Hess design from the 1940’s. This 4" dress clip is made up of
chartreuse, coral and tan
flattened glass beads and gold tone nasturtium leaves. View
#H23939





HASKELL
Hess tan, chartreuse glass beads and gold tone leaves fur
clip, 3-1/2". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as
was typical of this era circa 1940.
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View #H34514

HASKELL Hess
tan, coral and chartreuse flattened glass beads dress clip with gold tone
nasturtium leaves, 2-3/4".


It combines fabulous colors with the same colored seed beads and the
accent of the gold tone leaves in a beautiful way, one of my favorites.
A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of
this era circa 1940.

View #H34550

This
HASKELL is a
brooch, not a clip, showing that some pieces were made both ways. These
gilt leaves were from the "nasturtium" line, circa 1940.
View #H21112




HASKELL Hess dress clips with
chartreuse and melon flattened glass beads and water lily leaves. The price
includes the set of 2,
each 2-3/4".


A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of
this era circa 1940.
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#H34807

HASKELL Hess tan, coral and
chartreuse flattened glass beads dress clips, brooch and bracelet with gold
tone nasturtium leaves #H26051
HASKELL Hess orange, chartreuse
and tan bead dress clip with gold tone lily pads, 2-3/4".

A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

#H35772




MIRIAM HASKELL
Hess coil bracelet with the orange flattened glass beads,
gold tone findings and the
green enameled leaves Hess enjoyed using so much. This is an unsigned design by Frank Hess
circa 1940, 6-3/4" total length, slightly adjustable and in excellent
condition.

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#H38381
HASKELL coral colored glass
beads and gold tone leaves parure, necklace, coil bracelet and dress clip,
five strand bottom and two strand top necklace (missing one strand on top
portion). The necklace is 18" long, the bracelet is 6-1/2" and adjustable
with 3" elements and the dress clip is 2-1/2". View
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HASKELL Hess early unsigned
dress clip with gilt and green metal petals, green enameled leaves and
flattened coral-colored glass beads, circa 1940, 2-1/2".
View #H34293





MIRIAM HASKELL
Hess yellow flattened glass bead coil bracelet and
brooch with green enamel and gold tone leaves and gold tone seed beads.
A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical
for this era, circa 1940. This style can be seen in "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, page 116 and 254.
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View #H36111 and art
work #H35518

HASKELL Larry Austin original
gouache art work showing Frank Hess designed flattened glass bead lariat
and coil bracelet, numbered in pencil "#1625A" on the back, 8" by 10".
View #H35518


MIRIAM HASKELL
Hess set of yellow flattened glass beads on a coil
bracelet and brooch and the original Larry Austin original art work
advertisement that illustrates these two pieces of jewelry. The bracelet and
brooch are made of yellow flattened glass beads and green enameled leaves
set in gold tone with yellow seed beads. The bracelet is 7" total length but
adjustable, as it crosses over in the front when worn, and the brooch is
3-1/4" by 2-3/4". The Larry Austin original gouache art work showing Frank
Hess designed matching lariat and coil bracelet, numbered in pencil
"#1625A" on the back, 8" by 10". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it
is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940. This style can be seen
in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, page 116 and 254. The
price includes the bracelet, brooch and art work.

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#H36111



HASKELL
butter yellow earrings with glass beads and rhinestones set
in gold tone textured flowers, marked on the back in the horseshoe tag
"Miriam Haskell", 1" clip backs. #H38466

HASKELL Frank Hess early
unsigned multi-colored glass opaque beads and painted metal leaves bracelet,
circa 1935, 6-1/2". The painted leaves were used in the Fall of 1935.
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#H24186




HASKELL fur
clip combining glass beads, gold tone findings and painted leaves, circa
1935, 3". (Seen in Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry,
3rd Ed, page 195 and in Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry"
page 28.) The painted leaves were used in the Fall of 1935
according to Larry Vrba. View
#H19523


HASKELL
Hess designed coil bracelet with green enameled leaves and
orange glass beads on brown glass bead covered coil, 9-1/2" total length. An unsigned
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell circa 1935.
View #H36422

HASKELL Hess flattened orange
and yellow glass beads and painted leaves clips. The top clip is the
same piece seen in Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry", 3rd Ed, page
195.

HASKELL Hess flattened orange
and yellow glass beads and painted leaves clip, 3-1/4". A Frank Hess for
Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1935.
The painted leaves were used in the Fall of 1935 according to Larry
Vrba. Seen in Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry, 3rd Ed, page 195 and
in Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 28. View #H34882

HASKELL Hess flattened orange
and yellow glass beads and painted leaves clip clips.

HASKELL Hess early
unsigned bar brooch of flattened glass yellow and orange beads and painted
metal leaves, circa 1935, 4". View
HASKELL #H33338


HASKELL Hess bracelet in yellow,
orange and brown, strung on elastic so has some size flexibility, relaxed
size 6-1/2" and front element 2-1/4".

A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

View #H36033

HASKELL Hess glass flower brooch
with red, yellow, lavender and green flowers and black glass leaves with
yellow seed beads, 4". I have never seen this one before and it is just
beautiful as well as rare.


A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this
era, circa 1940.

It is fragile but in excellent condition.
View #H36717

HASKELL Hess designed coil
bracelet with green enameled leaves and orange glass beads on gold tone
leaves, 7-1/2" total length.
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#H36400



HASKELL
Hess clear rhinestone balls and gold tone leaves coil bracelet and dress clip,
coil 7-1/4" total length by 2" wide at the front cross-over, clip 3" long. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of this era
circa 1930s. See Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 153.
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HASKELL
gold tone wrap coil bracelet with clear rhinestones set in gold
tone, circa 1940, designed by Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell. It is 9" total
length but it is worn overlapped, so about a normal 7" sized bracelet. The front
portion is made up of clear rhinestone and gold tone flowers, berries and
leaves. It is in excellent vintage condition and ready to wear.

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#H38931

HASKELL Hess gold tone leaf and
clear rhinestones dress clip, 2-1/3". This small clip is perfect for the
collar or lapel.
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#H34906

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This tidbit is from


Harper’s Bazaar April, 1933
,

years ago when America was still reeling from the effects of
the Great Depression.


"It doesn’t do to look dreary, even if your heart is breaking. If you
can’t buy a new dress, or even if you can, go to Miriam Haskell in the
Heckscher Building. The most imaginative and smart costume jewelry
going is being sold there for next to nothing. She dotes on single clips
made like clusters of grapes. These are in all sorts of composition
stones, and there are very nice ones for a dollar. The ensemble is well
worked out, and each clip has a bracelet, some of them for two dollars,
some for more, and some of them have necklaces and woven collarettes as
well. White bead fruit clusters with dull metal leaves are exceedingly
quaint and European looking. We wore a set and were asked by all our
friends where in Paris we found them. Hawaiian coral is rather carrot
colored, very bright and very cheap. For sports wear you will lose your
mind over the deep brown cord bracelet which buttons closed, like a
cuff, over four or five huge yellow bead buttons. There are clips to go
with this. There are braided necklaces for evening and modern versions
of the dog collar and wonderful concoctions which get right away from
the conventional string-of-beads you’re all so sick of. A really
fascinating shop, this, and guaranteed to make a new woman out of you."


– (Courtesy of Pat Seal)





HASKELL Hess genuine sea shell
necklace and bracelet, necklace 15-1/2" by 1-1/8" bracelet 7" by 1". A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of
this era circa 1930s. Another sea shell style can be seen
in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff page 151.

A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for
this era, circa 1940, in excellent condition.
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HASKELL Hess
sea shells, wood flower and gold tone leaves and flower dress clip, 4".
A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of
this era circa 1930s. View
View #H34512

HASKELL Hess mother of pearl
disks, artificial pearl and clear rhinestones silk cord necklace and
earrings, necklace 15-1/2" by 1-1/4" wide, earrings 1-1/8".
An unsigned Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell design circa 1940.
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HASKELL
Haskell Hess coil bracelet with gold tone filigree and
flowers and artificial pearls, 8". Designed by Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell
it is unsigned as was typical circa 1940. View #H34720

HASKELL
Hess sea shell dress clip with genuine shiny iridescent shells creatively designed, circa
1940, 3-5/8".
View #H34674



HASKELL Hess cord bracelet with
sea shells, glass flowers in pink, green and yellow with a green glass
button closure all on a woven silk cord in soft faded green, 6-1/2" by
1-1/4". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical of this era circa 1930s. These same flowers are used in the yellow
clip on page 150 of Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" and other
Hess pieces. It is interesting to see how many ways Hess used an elements
like the flowers and sea shells in his jewelry. View
View #H34488


HASKELL
Hess sea shall necklace with
half pearly white shells and half green and cream shells all hand sewn to a
woven band, wearable length 16" and the shell width is about 1", this has a
sewn on tag saying "Made in France". This can be seen in "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff on page 151.

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#H36882

HASKELL
artificial pearl coil bracelet and earrings, earrings 1-1/4". The pearls
in the earrings are a soft gray, darker than than the pearly color on the bracelet by a few shades, as
can be seen in the pictures, but the design is the same. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of
this era, circa 1940. View
View #H34486



HASKELL Hess
sea shells and carved wood brooch, 3-1/2" by 3-1/3". A Frank
Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this
era, circa 1940. There is a similar brooch in Deanna Cera’s
wonderful book, "Jewels of Fantasy" on page 175, where she says these
were made from 1942-45.

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#H37722


HASKELL
Hess carved wooden flowers and sea shells brooch, 3".

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#H37626


HASKELL
Hess carved wooden flowers and sea shells brooch, 3".

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#H37626

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HASKELL
Hess coil bracelet with paper mache flowers and green
glass leaves, total length 8", each flower about 1-1/3" across. The flowers seem
to be hand manipulated fabric or paper that was finished with shellac and a
beaded stamen center.

A rare Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this
era, circa 1940.

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#H37855


HASKELL
Frank Hess seashell and wood brooch with gold tone leaves, 3-1/4" by 2-3/4".
The shells are genuine. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for
this era, circa 1940, in excellent condition.

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#H39128

HASKELL Hess
dress clip with carved wood flowers with stick coral and gold
tone leaves, 4-5/8". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940, and it is in excellent
condition.

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#H37627




HASKELL Hess
carved wood flower and aqua painted coral bracelet with gold tone
leaves, 3-1/3" by 2-1/4" front element and elastic so adjustable. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of
this era circa 1930s. See similar bracelet on page 151 of Gordon &
Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" book. View
#H34556

HASKELL Hess
green and white genuine seashell necklace on cream colored cord, 14" by
1-1/4". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical of this era circa 1930s. A necklace like this one can be seen in
Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" book.
View
View #H34555


HASKELL Hess carved wood
flower and aqua coral bracelet, gold tone leaves, 2-1/4" by 2" front
element.
A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as
was typical of this era circa 1930s. See similar bracelet on page
151 of Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" book.
View #H34557




HASKELL by designer Frank Hess snail shells and
hand-carved wood
turtle brooch with green glass leaves and brown wooden beads, 4-1/2".
These are called "yellow banded land snail" shells and demonstrate
Miriam Haskell’s use of organic materials. The advertisement for this piece can be seen in the book "American Costume
Jewelry" by Brunialti on page 253 and it is dated there as 1942. A
similar piece can be seen in Deanna Cera’s book, "Jewels of Fantasy" on page
175, where she dates it to 1942-45 and says the leaves are Venetian pate de
verre. Another similar piece
can be seen in the book, "Bijoux" (Italian edition) by Deanna Cera on page
220. What a fun piece, and one of my favorites!
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View #H36851


MIRIAM HASKELL
jewelry designed by Frank Hess and illustrated in this Larry
Austin art work advertisement illustrating a lady in a wooden beads necklace and
bracelet wearing a burgundy dress and turban, circa 1940. It is marked on the
back "#1113A", and done on an 8" by 10" illustration board. #H37725

SHELLS brooch with
bright yellow shells and pale aqua shell pieces mounted on a plastic back,
2-1/3". These are called "yellow banded land snail" shells. This pin
has the same shells as the Haskell clip to the left, but was made very
inexpensively as a tourist souvenir. View #Y29617




HASKELL
early unsigned Frank Hess chartreuse and green glass beads and wooden
leaves brooch with gold tone lily pads, circa 1935-40, 4".
View #H26052

HASKELL
Larry Austin original watercolor advertisement illustration
for a Haskell flattened bead and metal leaves bracelet and clip with
foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker, 8" by 10", matted so back is not visible.
#H24365
HASKELL Hess early unsigned
coil bracelet of brown wooden flowers and beads and aqua painted branch coral with gold tone
metal petals and leaves, about 1-1/2" wide at front, circa
1940. See similar bracelet on page 151 of Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam
Haskell Jewelry" . View
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View #H29519




HASKELL by
Hess butterfly brooch with a dark teal circle, brick red glass beads, and
clear rhinestone florets all set in gold tone. It is 3-3/4" by 2-3/4". While
most of this brooch is original, it came to us missing the decorations on
the wings. After years of looking for the right elements, we have now
carefully restored this lovely old piece using only Hess glass pearls and
rhinestone elements. A Frank Hess
design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era,
circa 1940.

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#H35670

HASKELL Hess
brooch with pink and yellow violet-like flowers and green leaves on a pierced WWII era
plastic backing, 3" by 3". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this
era circa 1940.
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#H40137

HASKELL by
Hess butterfly brooch in gold tone with a jade-colored glass circle, brick
red glass beads, and clear rhinestone florets, 3-3/4" by 3". While most of
this brooch is original, it came to us missing the decorations on the wings.
After years of looking for the right elements, we have now restored
this lovely old piece using only Hess glass pearls and rhinestone elements. A Frank
Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era
circa 1940.
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#H35530



HASKELL Hess brooch with pink and yellow
violets and green glass leaves dress clip with yellow glass seed beads, 3-1/3". See similar bracelet
to this set on page 151 of Gordon & Pamfiloff’s wonderful "Miriam Haskell Jewelry"
book. A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical for this era, circa 1940. View
#H35547


HASKELL
Larry Austin original watercolor advertising illustration
for a Haskell violets bracelet and clip. It has a foil "Miriam Haskell"
sticker and it’s 8" by
10". On the back is written in pencil on "#972C". This would have
been displayed in
shops that sold Haskell jewelry circa 1930-1940 and it is an original ad
from that era. What a beautiful representation of that era’s clothing and
hat, too. #H23351


HASKELL
Hess flowers and leaves brooch with maroon, green and yellow
beads and artificial pearl all set in textured gold tone, circa 1940, 3"
wide, pin back professionally repaired as can be seen in the picture.
View #H34708



HASKELL Hess rose [ink
wood beads lariat with wood leaves, sea shells, coral and green glass petals.
A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, this is unsigned as was typical for
this era circa 1940. View
#H35432

MIRIAM HASKELL Larry Austin
original gouache art work showing Frank Hess designed bead clip and coil
bracelet with green glass leaves, 8" by 10". #H36592

MIRIAM HASKELL Hess plum
colored wood beads dress clip with tiny clear glass florets and green and
yellow glass seed beads, a long 5" so showy and fun to wear.

A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

View #H36206



HASKELL Hess wood dress clip
with flowers and beads, gold tone leaves, 5". A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for
this era, circa 1940.

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#H36235

MIRIAM HASKELL Larry Austin
original gouache art work showing Frank Hess designed necklace and coil
bracelet of carved wooden flowers and beads, 8" by 10".
View #H36593

HASKELL Hess carved wooden walnuts
dress clip with wood beads and antiqued gold tone leaves, 3-5/8". A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa
1940.

A similar walnut and beads piece can be seen in the book "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff page 109 and in Cera’s book "Jewels of Miriam
Haskell" on page 75.
View #H36716



HASKELL Hess brooch and bracelet
of wood beads, wood flowers and enameled leaves and butterflies, circa 1930s,
said to have come for Miriam Haskell’s personal collection, 6-1/2" and adjustable, brooch 3".


Note the smooth metal back on the
pin. The bracelet motif is attached to pierced metal (which would have been
covered with a plate also). One and only bracelet I have ever seen with this
construction; typically, the motif is attached to metal spacer bars.


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HASKELL gold tone leaves and
brown wood beads and flowers lariat necklace, 27" total length with 2-1/2" by 1-7/8"
clips.

A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this
era, circa 1940.
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HASKELL Hess wood and
butterflies brooch, 2-3/4" by 2". A Frank Hess design for
Miriam Haskell, this is unsigned as was typical for this era circa 1940.
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HASKELL
Hess wood and butterfly bracelet with enameled butterflies on gold
tone metal and carved wood flower, elastic strung, front element 3" by 2".

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#H37871



HASKELL
Hess coil bracelet with flowers and green glass leaves,
total length 8", each flower about 1-1/3" across. The flowers seem to be
hand manipulated fabric that was finished with shellac and a beaded
stamen center.

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#H37855

HASKELL Hess brooch and bracelet
of wood beads, wood flowers and enameled leaves and butterflies, circa 1930s,
said to have come for Miriam Haskell’s personal collection, 6-1/2" and adjustable, brooch 3".


Note the smooth metal back on the
pin. The bracelet motif is attached to pierced metal (which would have been
covered with a plate also). One and only bracelet I have ever seen with this
construction; typically, the motif is attached to metal spacer bars.


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HASKELL Hess designed gold tone leaves and
brown wood beads and flowers lariat necklace, 27" total length with 2-1/2" by 1-7/8"
clips along with the advertising art work.

A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this
era, circa 1940.
#H34134

HASKELL sea shell and wooden
beads and leaves coil bracelet with gold tone leaves and beads accents,
total length 9", front width about 1-1/2". An unsigned Frank Hess design for
Miriam Haskell circa 1940. View
View #H36098

MIRIAM HASKELL jewelry designed by Frank Hess illustrated in this Larry
Austin art work advertisement illustrating a lady in wooden beads necklace and
bracelet wearing a burgundy dress and turban, circa 1940. It is marked on the
back "#1113A", and done on an 8" by 10" illustration board.

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#H37725




HASKELL lariat necklace with
carved wood leaves, gold painted walnuts, fur clip ends and gold tone chain,
lariat total length is 27", each clip is 3". A Frank Hess for Miriam
Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.
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HASKELL
original advertisement illustrating a Frank Hess clip and
bracelet a woman wearing a brown suit and hat with a clip and bracelet made
of brass leaves with pale aqua beads, Miriam Haskell hand signed, matted in
salmon. The glossy size is 3" by 5" glossy and the matte size 5" by 7",
slight damage to glossy finish on the left side, visible only against the
light so hard to see. This is the
original 1940s ad and matte. Haskell used three types of these ads: the
original gouache art work by Larry Austin, the glossy copies of that art
work, and the parchment copies. This is a glossy.


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#H27282

HASKELL Hess early unsigned gold
tone metallic nuts and carved wooden leaves clip with flowers and tiny seed
beads accents, circa 1940 4".
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#H32355






HASKELL Hess early unsigned
dress clip with wood florets and green glass beads, 3". See Gordon
& Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 145.

On this clip, each wooden bead is hand sewn to the pierced backing, and each
strand of glass seed beads is hand strung.
View #H26700

HASKELL early Hess
wooden beads and glass seed beads coil bracelet, 6". View showing the woven coil
cover construction of the bracelet. See a bracelet in this series in
Carole Tanenbaum’s "Fabulous Fakes" on page 100.

This kind of work was extremely labor intensive, and could only have been
done back in a time when labor was much less expensive.
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View #H22088

HASKELL Hess early unsigned
golden and black wooden and glass beads dress clips, set of 2, circa 1940,
4" each. View
#H32356




HASKELL natural, peach and
rose wood beads fur clip
with sunny yellow glass buttons which each have a flower impressed on
the top, 2-3/4" by 2-1/2". A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this
era, circa 1940.

View #H34417

HASKELL
lariat of natural, red, blue and green wood
beads lariat with bright red and yellow glass buttons which each have a
flower molded on the top, fur clip ends, total length 26" each
clip 3".

A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940. This was seen in
"Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff page 13.

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View #H34416


HASKELL
Hess primary colors beaded bar brooch in red, blue, green and
yellow wood and glass beads, 4-1/2" by 2". This was designed by Frank Hess
for Miriam Haskell, unsigned circa 1940, and it is in excellent condition.
The attention to detail is amazing! If you look at the photo of the back
side, you can see that they even changed the thread colors that run through
the to match them.

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#H38789




HASKELL Larry Austin original
watercolor advertising illustration for a Frank Hess designed bar brooch and
coil bracelet circa 1940, 9-3/4" by 7-5/8". #H36000

HASKELL Hess red, blue green
and natural wood beads dress clip, 3". This is in the very best
condition in this style of any piece I have ever had, brilliant colors,
lots of drops and a shiny finish as it should be. A Frank Hess design
for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa
1940. View
#H36783


HASKELL
Hess early unsigned wooden beads and green glass seed beads
dress clip, circa 1940, 4".
View #H32357


HASKELL wood
faces necklace, bracelet and brooch, necklace
bracelet 7" by about 1-1/2", clip 3-1/2". Each face is different, as well as
each hat, and the tiny flowers are great accents, very charming.

The red button bead closure for the necklace
is worn, as seen in the pictures. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.


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HASKELL
Hess early unsigned wooden beads and leaves
necklace, bracelet and brooch, necklace 15" by 2" wide, bracelet 7" wearable
length and about 1" wide cords and brooch 3-1/3". A Frank Hess for Miriam
Haskell set, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

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HASKELL
wood red and natural beads mushrooms brooch, 3-7/8".

This is a nice example of the creative way
Frank Hess used differently shaped beads and elements. A Frank Hess for
Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

View
#W26091




HASKELL early
unsigned multi-colored wooden beads pin circa 1940, 2-1/3". A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era,
circa 1940.

View #W23389

HASKELL Hess early unsigned
natural and colored wooden beads, stars and bells bracelet, circa 1940, 6-1/2"
relaxed size by about 2-1/3" at front and 1-1/4" at the back.

A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

#H31460

HASKELL Hess natural and colored
wood beads pin, circa 1940, 2-1/4".
View #H31461




HASKELL Hess
natural and dyed wooden beads and florets pin in red, green and blue,
3". Lush nuts topped by woven
multi-colored bead caps and florets on the pin top, great combination. A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this
era, circa 1940.

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HASKELL Hess early unsigned
wooden red, charcoal and natural floret shaped and red round beads and glass
seed beads sewn onto a a red and green fabric-covered coil bracelet with
gold tone filigree tips, 9" coil with overlapping 2" front, 1/2"
at back.

A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

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HASKELL red and
natural wooden bead acorns pin, circa 1940, 3".

Lush red nuts topped by woven natural bead
caps and florets on the pin top, great combination. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

View #H28162




HASKELL wooden bead
bells and stars pin in blue, red, green and natural colors, 3". Clips and pins in this series came in various colors and
designs and this one is particularly lush and long.

A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.
This is the same
piece seen in Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry", 3rd Ed, page 193.
View
#H19700

HASKELL Hess early
unsigned pinecone pin of wooden florets and beads with glass leaves, circa
1935, 2-7/8". View
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HASKELL
early unsigned wooden beads pinecones pin, 3-1/2". Each pinecone is
formed of graduated flat flower-shaped wood disks, capped by a black
glass seed bead.

A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.
This is the
same piece seen in Christie Romero’s book, "Warman’s Jewelry", 3rd Ed,
page 193.
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MIRIAM HASKELL
Hess wood and glass
beads clip with green glass seed beads, circa 1940, 4-1/4" long. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this
era, circa 1930’s. View
#H37172

MIRIAM HASKELL by Frank Hess jewelry advertising illustration shown here
in this Larry Austin original art work, about 8" by 10". This shows the red,
pink and tan wooden beads with a green bow coil bracelet and open oval
brooch with green glass seed beads, circa 1940. That last
photo shows the clip along with the art work, but the price here is for the
art work only.


View
#H37316

HASKELL
Hess wood red and brown beads with green glass seed bead tips and green wood
and seed bead bow top dress clip, circa 1930s, 2".
View
#w27310



HASKELL
Hess rosy tinted wooden bead wreath dress clip with green glass seed bead
accents and green wooden bow, 2-1/4". Circa 1940, this is not signed as was
typical of Miriam Haskell by Frank Hess of that time.
View
#H35355

HASKELL Hess jewelry
illustrated in Larry Austin original art work, this one shows the
silvery leaves and blue glass bead coil bracelet, hair clip and dress
clip on a lady wearing a white dress, circa 1940.
View #H37316

MIRIAM HASKELL
by
Hess wood beads dress clip with green glass seed bead finials and green wooden
leaves, circa 1930’s, wonderful colors, 2-1/8".
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HASKELL Hess blue wood beads and
glass leaves and seed beads dress clip, 2-1/3".
View #H34840

HASKELL Hess jewelry
illustrated in Larry Austin original art work, this one shows the wooden and
glass beaded coil bracelet and clip on a lady wearing a gray and white top and
hat, circa 1940. View
View #H37314

HASKELL natural,
chartreuse and peach wooden and white glass seed beads wreath pin, circa 1945,
2-1/3". See Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page
144. View
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HASKELL Hess wooden bells clip in green, red, blue and yellow
with glass bead accents all on a fabric twist dress clip, circa 1940,
3-1/2". View
#H33873

Haskell advertising art work from the 1940’s. View
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HASKELL Hess
black cord and multi-colored balls pin, 2-1/2". The genius is on
the detail as with so many of Frank Hess’ pieces. The seed bead capped
rows of little mini glass buttons match the dangling beads. A Frank
Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of this era
circa 1930s.
View #H34893




HASKELL acorn pin with brown glass beads and seed beads
and green cord, 2-1/2". View
#H33737

HASKELL original art gouache for
Frank Hess design pastel blue beads and cord twist clip and bracelet, has the
foil label and a pencil mark "#125" on the back, 8" by 10". The ads in this
style are so different and there is some thought that Miriam Haskell herself may have done them, but there is
absolutely no proof at all that I know.
View #H35516

HASKELL Frank
Hess early unsigned flower dangles pin with multi-colored glass
flowers and blue cord, circa 1940, 3-1/4".
View #H33739



HASKELL early unsigned
orange-red and black pin with glass beads center, circa 1940, 3-1/3". See
Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 147.
View #H27221

HASKELL
early unsigned expansion bracelet and pair of matching dress
clips. See Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 147. #H22609

HASKELL early unsigned Hess red and black
lampshade brooch, circa 1940, 3-5/8".
View #H29105

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HASKELL early unsigned
blue glass beads dress clip with clear rhinestone leaves, 3-1/2".
View #H26799




HASKELL early unsigned cobalt blue glass petal and clear
faceted beads bracelet and fur clip. The 2-1/2" clip and expansion bracelet with a 2-1/4" front
are in excellent condition. A Frank Hess for
Miriam Haskell design, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa
1940.

View #H23352

HASKELL Hess early unsigned sets in blue, red and clear glass petals and
beads. #H32955 and #H23352

HASKELL Hess early
unsigned red and clear glass bracelet and brooch, bracelet elastic and
adjustable with a 2-1/3" front flower, brooch 1-1/2" by 3".
A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell design, it is unsigned as was typical for
this era, circa 1940.

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HASKELL Hess red, green, blue,
purple and topaz glass lariat necklace with dress clip ends, gold tone
filigree flowers and clear rhinestones, 24" long with 2" clips. There are
edge chips on the back of the glass elements on the clips, totally invisible
from the front. View
#H35329
HASKELL
Larry Austin original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell glass
flowers necklace, bracelet and clip, with foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker,
numbered #667. #H24367
HASKELL Hess
unsigned red, blue and green glass transparent beads 3" brooch circa
1940.
View #H24587



HASKELL Hess rare violets
flower bar brooch with painted blue, purple and milk, glass flowers and
green transparent seed glass beads, 2-1/2".
A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell,
it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

More
pieces of this set with the glass flowers can be seen in Cera’s book
"Jewels of Miriam Haskell" on page 69.
View #H36808

HASKELL very rare beaded
flowers bracelet and
earrings with glass beaded flowers and leaves, earrings signed and unsigned hinged bangle 7"
by about 1-1/2", clip back earrings with Miriam Haskell horseshoe mark, 2".
Fabulous colors and detail.
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HASKELL Hess rare flower bar
brooch with red, yellow and brown painted white glass flowers and green
transparent glass beads on a gold tone back, 2-1/2" by 1-1/8". A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for
this era, circa 1940.

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ore pieces of this set
with the glass flowers can be seen in Cera’s book "Jewels of Miriam
Haskell" on page 69. View
#H36035






HASKELL Hess clip of green
leaves, purple and lavender tube beads and clear rhinestones, from the Hotel
Roney Haskell boutique in Miami, Florida, circa 1940, 3-1/3". View
#H34297
HASKELL Hess lariat necklace of
green glass leaves, brown and bugle beads and green beads, from the Hotel
Roney Haskell boutique in Miami, Florida, length 25" useable with 3" clips. A Frank
Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of this era
circa 1940.
View #H34296
HASKELL Hess green glass leaves
and bugle bead flowers necklace, unsigned circa 1940, 15-1/2" with front
drop of 3-1/2". View
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HASKELL
Hess early unsigned green glass melon-shaped beads and clear rhinestone
roundelles , 6-1/2" by 1-1/3".
View #H31787

HASKELL fabulous green
glass beads collar with clear rhinestone and silver tone roundelles set in a
symmetrical design that lays flatteringly on the neck, a fabulous collar
with the "Miriam Haskell" tag soldered on the back of the clasp..
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HASKELL
early unsigned transparent green glass beads coil bracelet,
2-1/3" front, 1" wide. See a bracelet in this series in Carole
Tanenbaum’s "Fabulous Fakes" on page 100. View
#H26800
HASKELL Hess early
unsigned green glass bead dress clip with clear rhinestone accents, 2-1/4".
View #H26743
Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 66.




HASKELL early unsigned 5″ green
transparent beaded dress clip.
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HASKELL Hess green glass bead coil
bracelet with gold tone flowers set with beads, total length 6-1/2" by
about 1/2" wide. The beads are hand sewn onto a green cord-covered
metal coil.

A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.
View
#H36032

HASKELL early unsigned 4-1/2" dress clip with green glass beads
and rhinestone accents. View
#H20064


MIRIAM
HASKELL

Hess painted milk glass violets and green glass leaves and beads lariat necklace,
brooch and earrings. The necklace is 26" in length including the two end clips.
Each of those dress clip is about 3" by 2-1/2", the brooch is
2-1/3" and the screw back earrings are 7/8"
across. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, these are not signed as was typical for
this era, circa 1940.

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HASKELL gold tone leaves and
burgundy glass beads lariat necklace, 27′ total length with 2" by 3"
clips. View
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HASKELL Hess early unsigned
reddish-coral glass beads four-strand lariat necklace with gold tone flower
petal clips decorated with coral and translucent white beads and artificial
pearls at each end, circa 1940, total length 25-1/2", each clip 2".
See a similar bracelet on page 65 of "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon &
Pamfiloff.
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HASKELL early unsigned Hess deep
orange and artificial pearls dress clip, 2-1/2".
View #H31844


MIRIAM HASKELL
Hess brooch with red carved pods, possibly celluloid, and gold tone pods,
beads and leaves,
2-1/2" by 2-1/8". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, this set is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940. It is in excellent
condition in every way, and an unusual style.

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#H39431



HASKELL signed Hess pearlized "waffle"
center elements (imported from Japan for Haskell) with artificial seed
pearls and rose montees all set in gold tone leaf and stems earrings,
. See a set with similar elements on pages 119 and 137 of Cera’s "Jewels of
Miriam Haskell". View
#H28618


MIRIAM HASKELL
rare and fabulous 1930s necklace, a very ornate and unusual
delight of pearlized flowers, glass pearls and seed pearls mounted on gold tone filigree backings
and held together with chains. Designed by the
then-head designer, Frank Hess, this is a joy to see! It is the only
piece like this that I have seen so far and it’s an amazing example of early
Haskell. The wearable
length is 17-1/2" and it is about 1-5/8" at the widest. The flowers are
pearlized glass and they are in very very good vintage condition,
amazing for it’s age. There is though slight finish loss on some of the
tiny pearls. Larry Vrba, the 1970s head designer at Miriam Haskell,
confirms that this is a lovely old Frank Hess example, designed for
Miriam Haskell. It is certainly
an unusual piece with amazing hand work and interesting elements. What a
genuine treat to own and wear.
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HASKELL
early unsigned faux pearls and clear rhinestone leaves clip,
2-7/8". View #H22407




HASKELL bakelite acorn pin of
marbled dark green and black acorns with black enameled filigree tops and
gold tone metal beads top bar, all suspended from a pierced metal back,
4-1/4". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as
was typical of this era circa 1940. View #H34414

HASKELL Hess red glass leaves and
beads bar brooch, a long and lovely 4". A Frank Hess for Miriam
Haskell, it is unsigned as it typical for this era, circa1940. View
#H34385

HASKELL
bakelite acorn pin with red acorns, black enameled filigree tops and
gold tone metal beads top bar, all suspended from a pierced metal back,
3-1/2". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical of this era circa 1940.
View #H34502

HASKELL Both




HASKELL
Frank Hess early
unsigned reddish coral colored opaque round and flattened glass beads and metal floral findings,
circa 1940. The
bracelet is strung on elastic, so adjustable, and the dress clip is 4". This
was one of my first Hess sets and it has been in my personal collection for
years. It’s one of my all-time favorites. In the early days of Miriam
Haskell jewelry, when Frank Hess was the head designer, Haskell put no
identifying marks on their jewelry. Haskell was not marked at all until
about 1947. Today the early unsigned pieces are recognized from vintage
advertisements and by their wonderful detail, hand work and design.
View #H19941

HASKELL Hess early unsigned coil
bracelet and matching earrings with lovely red
glass petals and flowers and a beaded back, 8" by 1-5/8" coil bracelet and 1-1/4" screw back earrings.
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HASKELL
Frank Hess early unsigned red woven fabric and red glass bead bracelet and two
sets of dress clips, circa 1935. The fabric portion has faded over the years to
this lovely soft rose color. The bracelet uses the
bead balls as fasteners which slip through the cord loops just like buttons. The
bracelet is 6"-6-1/4" around the inside when fastened, 3-1/2" across the front and
1-1/4" wide band; dangling clips 2-3/4"; small clips 1-1/4".
A Larry Austin ad art work showing a similar line can be seen
in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, page 103. To read more about
Haskell, see these features:
Haskell Hess Unsigned Jewelry
,
Miriam Haskell
Jewelry
, our article in

Jewel Chat
and the feature on
Haskell Art Work & Ads.

View

#H19820



HASKELL Hess coil bracelet and
dress clip with red plastic flowers and glass leaves in a lovely bouquet. A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era,
circa 1940. The coil bracelet total length is 7-1/2" by 2" at the cross-over
front, fur clip 2-1/3".
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#H35957

HASKELL tiara with
red glass bead cascade set into gold tone leaves and flowers. The headband
is 12" from end to end and the red beads dangle about 2-3/4" off the band.
This is signed "Miriam Haskell" in an oval cartouche inside the band.
Absolutely gorgeous and the only one I have seen like this, Haskell tiaras
being rare.
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HASKELL red glass leaves and
beads fur clip with flower top and cascading beads, 4". A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this
era, circa 1940.
View
#H36290



HASKELL Hess stick coral and
gold tone butterfly dress clip, circa 1940, 3".
View #H34194

HASKELL Hess early unsigned
orange glass beads wreath shaped dress clip with gold tone florets center
with clear rhinestones and orange seed beads, circa 1940, 2".
View #H28115

HASKELL early unsigned Hess
orange glass bead and gold tone leaves and flowers pin, 3".
View #H28486



HASKELL Hess stick coral round
dress clip with antiqued gold tone filigree center, circa 1940, 2-1/4".
Similar pieces to this can be seen in Cera’s "Jewels of Miriam Haskell" on
page 74.
View #H34221
HASKELL Hess dress clip of stick
coral, artificial seed pearls, green cabochon and beads and gilt filigree
balls, circa 1940, 4-1/3". View
View #H34220

HASKELL
fur clip with burgundy glass beads, aqua scalloped beads and
antiqued gold tone flowers and leaves, 2-1/8".

View
#H37821


HASKELL Hess stick coral and
gold tone leaves coil bracelet, circa 1940 and unsigned, 8". See
similar bracelets on page 152 of Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry" book.
View #H34330

HASKELL Hess stick coral coil
bracelet, adjustable total length 6-3/4" and about 3/4" wide. A Frank
Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of this
era circa 1940. View
#H34642

HASKELL Hess coil bracelet of
stick coral and gold tone leaves, 1-3/8" wide at the front and
adjustable in size from about 6-3/4" to 7" around the wrist. A
similar piece can be seen in the book by Gordon & Pamfiloff, "Haskell
Jewelry" on page 152. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for
that era, circa 1940, and it is in very good
vintage condition.
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HASKELL
early unsigned orange glass bead coil bracelet (7/8" wide 3" front drop) and
2-1/2" dress clip with silver tone and clear rhinestones ribbon motif. See Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 154.
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HASKELL
Hess early unsigned dress clip, coral colored glass beads with transparent
seed bead ends and a pot metal ribbon design top set with clear rhinestones,
circa 1940, 3" by 2-1/4".
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#H31231 and
#H19183
Haskell bracelets and clips
HASKELL early
unsigned orange glass bead coil bracelet (7/8" wide 3-1/2" wide front) and
2-1/2" dress clip with silver pot metal and clear rhinestones leaf motif.
View
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HASKELL Hess
aqua and pearl lariat with gold tone leaves, 27" total length and each
clip is 2-1/4" wide. Circa 1940, this is an unsigned Frank Hess design.
View
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HASKELL

aqua glass beads and artificial pearls parure with gold tone leaves and
LARRY AUSTIN ORIGINAL art work that illustrates it .
HASKELL Hess aqua and pearl
LARIAT
necklace with gold tone leaves, 27" total length and each clip is 2-1/4" wide;
a coil BRACELET of aqua
glass bead and artificial pearls on fabric covered metal, 1/2" thick
each, side motif 2-1/2"; a set of two dress
CLIPS in aqua
glass bead and artificial pearls with gold tone leaves wired over metal
balls that support the bead work; and a
BROOCH bar pin of aqua glass beads and pearls mounted on gilt metal flowers,
4" by 1-5/8".
In the early days of Haskell jewelry, when
Frank Hess was the head designer, Haskell put no identifying marks on
their jewelry. As a mater of fact, it was not marked at all until about
1947. Today the early unsigned pieces are recognized from the vintage
art work and advertisements and by their wonderful detailing, hand work
and design. This group is circa 1940. See parts of this group in "Miriam
Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, pages 97 and 160.
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#H34228

HASKELL aqua
glass bead and artificial pearls on fabric covered metal coil bracelet,
1/2" thick each, side motif 2-1/2". Fabric covered memory wire bracelets
were made in the 30s and early 40s.
View #H26809



HASKELL bar pin of aqua glass beads and pearls mounted on gilt metal flowers, 1930s
unsigned, 4" by 1-5/8". See Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry" page 97 for the Larry Austin art work showing this brooch. View
#H34420

HASKELL Larry Austin original
art gouache for Frank Hess design tiny pink and blue beads hair ornament,
clip and bracelet set in gold tone leaves, has the foil label and is marked
in pencil on the back #255, 8" by 10".
View #H35517

HASKELL aqua
glass bead and artificial pearl dress clips with gold tone leaves, set of 2
circa 1935. The aqua glass beads and artificial pearls are wired over metal
balls that support the bead work. View
#Y23940




HASKELL bar brooch and set
of clips.

HASKELL Hess aqua glass bead
clips x 2, 2-1/4". The combination of larger and smaller beads and seed
beads is so well done here. The matching brooch can be seen in "Haskell
Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff page 133.
View
#H35921

HASKELL Hess blue and white
flowers fur clip with green glass leaves, missing one tiny yellow bead which
is very hard to notice, 2-1/2". This is a Frank Hess design for Miriam
Haskell, unsigned as was typical for that era circa 1940.
View #H36862




HASKELL Hess early unsigned
aqua glass beads and artificial pearls three-strand lariat necklace
with dress clip ends.
View
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HASKELL Hess early unsigned
aqua glass beads and artificial pearls three-strand lariat necklace
with dress clip ends and coil bracelet with pearlized leaves and gild tone
flowers, total length 12" and about 1-1/2" wide. Pieces to
this set can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, page 160. #H32152 and
#H32153
HASKELL Hess early unsigned
aqua glass beads and seed beads coil bracelet with pearlized leaves and gild
tone flowers, total length 12" and about 1-1/2" wide. This bracelet is shown
in the Larry Austin ad art work shown
HERE.
View #H32153



HASKELL Hess unsigned aqua
glass beads bracelet, re-strung, 7" wearable length and 8" total
length, 1-1/2" wide. In the early
days of Haskell jewelry, when Frank Hess was the head designer, Haskell put
no identifying marks on their jewelry. As a mater of fact, it was not marked
at all until about 1947. Today the early unsigned pieces are recognized from
old advertisements and by their wonderful detailing, hand work and design.
To read more about Haskell, see these features:
Haskell Hess Unsigned Jewelry
,
Miriam Haskell Jewelry
, our article in

Jewel Chat
and the feature on Haskell
Art Work & Ads
.
View
View #H33241
HASKELL aqua glass beads,
gold tone leaves and clear rhinestones lariat necklace, coil bracelet ,
brooch and
screw-back earrings circa 1940. This has been restored to it’s original
condition so that it can be worn safely. The lariat has with dress clip
ends, 27" total length with 2" by 2-1/2" clips, adjustable coil bracelet,
brooch 3" by 2-3/4" and 2/3" earrings. View
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HASKELL attributed early
unsigned 4" dress clip in gold tone petals and beads with aqua glass beads
in three different shapes. Similar pieces can be seen in Deanna Cera’s book,
"Jewels of Fantasy" on page 173, where she dates them to 1935.
View #H24809




HASKELL aqua glass bead coil bracelet with long gold tone leaves, circa 1940, 7"
and adjustable. This was entirely hand made, as was all the early
Haskell jewelry. View
#H34274

HASKELL Hess parure, a three piece
set of lariat necklace, coil bracelet and long leaves clip, all
designed by Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell and unsigned as was the case
circa 1940s. Hess pieces are not always easy to find and a parure is a real
treat so I was delighted to assemble this one. The lariat necklace is 27"; coil bracelet 7" and adjustable;
and dress clip 2-7/8".
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HASKELL aqua glass beads and
long gold tone leaves dress clip, circa 1940, 2-7/8". Designed by Frank
Hess for Miriam Haskell this is unsigned as typical for this era.
View #H34275



HASKELL Hess
early unsigned aqua glass bead necklace, each bead ornamented with gold
tone seed beads circa 1940, 15-1/2". According to Larry Vrba,
head designer for Haskell from 1970-78, these irregularly shaped glass
beads were imported from China and used by the thousands. They were
still there during his time at Haskell.
View #H28673

HASKELL Hess
aqua glass beads bracelet, 7" by 2".
View #H35583

HASKELL early
unsigned clip of aqua glass beads and lovely gold tone findings, 4".
According to Larry Vrba, head designer for Haskell form 1970-78, these
irregularly shaped glass beads were imported from China and used by the
thousands. They were still there during his time at Haskell. View #H19736





HASKELL
Hess five-piece jewelry parure with the original
advertising art work illustrating it and done by Larry Austin. The set was
created with aqua swirl glass bead clusters set in gold tone caps and chains.
The necklace is 16" long with a 3-1/4" front drop; the bracelet is 7" long with
2" drops or charms; the fur clip is about 4" long; the wide brooch is 3-1/4"
wide; and the two smaller clips are about 2-1/3" each.

In these early days of Miriam Haskell jewelry, when Frank Hess was the head
designer, Haskell put no identifying marks on their jewelry. As a mater of fact,
it was not signed at all until about 1947. Today the early unsigned pieces are
recognized from the vintage art work and advertisements and by their wonderful
design, hand work and detail. This group is circa 1940. Pieces of this group can
be seen in the book "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, pages 97 and
160.

According to Larry Vrba, head designer for Haskell from 1970-78, these
wonderful irregularly shaped glass beads were imported from China and Haskell
used them by the thousands, great favorites of their time.
This original Larry Austin design art work included with this set illustrates an early unsigned
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell two piece set of necklace and dress clip in lovely
aqua glass beads with gold tone leaves and findings. Note too her stylist dress,
lovely hat and star studded veil, and the fur wrap she carries.

The art work would have been sent to boutiques and shops that sold Miriam
Haskell Jewelry to advertise a new collection. It is numbered on the back
"#1203A" (although no one is certain just what the numbers indicate) and it is
8" by 10" in size.

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#H34992

HASKELL Hess aqua glass beads
cluster necklace with lovely glass beads, 16" with 3-1/4" front drop.
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HASKELL aqua glass beads and
clear rhinestones dress clips, set of 2, 2" each.
View #H34808


HASKELL
Hess aqua glass bead bar brooch with gold tone leaves,
3-1/4". Designed by Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell it is unsigned as was typical
circa 1940. View #H34740

HASKELL Hess aqua glass beads
and fan-shaped gold tone leaves clip, 4". This clip demonstrates the detailed
work typical of Hess’ style. Each large bead is tipped with a glass seed bead
and around the top of each larger bead is a finishing collar of gilt metal
beads. These beads were made in China and were used extensively by Frank Hess as
they were great favorites of the Miriam Haskell customers.
View #H34262



HASKELL Hess aqua coil bracelet
with imitation pearls, total length 7-1/2" band width 1/2". Pieces to this
set can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, page
160. View #H36399
HASKELL Hess aqua glass beads
lariat necklace with artificial pearls and gold tone leaves circa 1940,
lariat is 25" long total length with each dress clip is
2-5/8".

A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.
Pieces to
this set can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, page 160.
View #H35702

HASKELL Hess early unsigned blue
and aqua glass petals bar pin with white glass bead centers on a gold tone
pin back, circa
1940, 4-1/4" by 1-1/3". View
#H28055




HASKELL Hess aqua lariat necklace with pressed gold tone leaves, aqua glass
beads, total length 27", four strands, clips 3" by 2-1/3".
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HASKELL Larry Austin original
watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell aqua glass bead and
rhinestone pave leaf cluster wrap necklace #H23378, foil "Miriam Haskell"
sticker, 8" by 10", written in pencil on the back #554.
#H23631

HASKELL early unsigned aqua
glass beads four-strand wrap necklace with rhinestone pave leaves, 21" long
with 2" clips on each end. Circa 1940. In the
early days of Haskell jewelry, when Frank Hess was the head designer,
Haskell put no identifying marks on their jewelry. As a mater of fact, it
was not marked at all until about 1947. Today the early unsigned pieces are
recognized from old advertisements and by their wonderful detailing, hand
work and design. This necklace is similar to one seen in the Larry
Austin ad art work shown HERE.
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HASKELL Hess aqua glass
beads, artificial pearls and gold tone leaves brooch, large at 3-5/8" by
3-1/4". View #H34130
HASKELL Hess early unsigned aqua
glass beads two-strand necklace and matching coil bracelet with artificial
pearls and gold tone leaves and petals, circa 1940, necklace 16" with 3"
front drop and bracelet adjustable and about 3" across the front. A
vintage Haskell Larry
Austin
ad shows a similar set. Hess used the same unsigned box clasp
on many different necklaces as can be seen in Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry", pages 28, 59, 120 & 121 and others, and the gold
tone leaves are in a set on page 122.
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HASKELL Hess aqua glass beaded
balls dress clip with clear rhinestone and gold tone flowers and bud tops
and gold tone leaves, circa 1940, 4-1/3".
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HASKELL Hess aqua glass beads and
gold tone filigree flowers coil bracelet, 7" total length, 2-1/3" front 1/2"
band.

A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

View #H35242

HASKELL aqua glass beads and
gold tone leaves lariat necklace, 27" total length with 2-1/2" each
clips. View
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HASKELL three flowers bar brooch
with aqua glass bead centers and golden petals, 3" by 1-1/4". A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, this is unsigned as was typical for
this era circa 1940.
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HASKELL aqua
glass bead and artificial pearls lariat necklace with clear rose montee,
gold tone flowers and filigree, 28" total length, clips are each 1-5/8" by
1-1/2". There is very slight verdigris under some the the flower center
pearls. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for
this era, circa 1940.
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#H34344
HASKELL Hess crystal bead bar
brooch with aqua bead accents and clear circles, circa 1930s unsigned, 4".
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#H34376
HASKELL Larry Austin original
watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell blue bead bracelet and
necklace with foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker, 8" by 10", signed in
pencil on the back "Austin" and numbered "1259". #H23353





HASKELL
Hess early unsigned aqua
faceted crystal beads bracelet and dress clip, lush and fabulous, a 2-1/4" round dress clip with 2" beads drop and 7"
"button" fastening bracelet.
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HASKELL Hess jewelry illustrated in
Larry Austin original art work, this one shows the silvery leaves and blue glass
bead coil bracelet, hair clip and dress clip on a lady wearing a white dress,
circa 1940. View
#H37315
HASKELL
Hess aqua glass bead clip with graduated beads and clear rhinestones,
2-3/4". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical of this era circa 1930s.

Clips in this design can be seen in Gordon & Pamfiloff "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry" on page 140. I have seen pieces in this style as French made,
so I wonder if Haskell purchased it there, or if the French attribution is
incorrect.

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HASKELL aqua glass speckled
beads brooch with gold tone flower, leaves and prongs setting, 2".
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HASKELL early Hess
unsigned aqua with multi-colored fleck glass bead 16" necklace and pair of
2-1/3" clips. See Warman’s Jewelry, 3rd Edition, page 197; "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, page 162. View
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HASKELL Hess aqua glass speckled
beads coil bracelet with gold tone flowers and leaves, 6-3/4" total length
and 1" wide.

A Frank Hess design for
Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

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HASKELL
Hess bouquet fur clip of aqua glass beads, artificial pearls, gold tone
and green enameled leaves and gold tone mesh bow a lovely combination, 3-1/4". A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of
this era circa 1930s.

This was seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by
Gordon & Pamfiloff page 13.

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#H34519

HASKELL Hess
flower and leaf earrings of clear rhinestones and green enameled leaves
set in gold tone petals, horseshoe mark on the back, 1". View
#H34413

HASKELL early
unsigned dress clip with gold tone filigree backing, aqua glass beads and
green enameled leaves. The green enameled leaves were used on several
different designs (see Gordon & Pamfiloff "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page
12 for one example). View
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#H19521




HASKELL aqua glass bead and
clear rhinestone dress clips with gold tone ruffled cups, circa 1940, set of
2, 3" long each. View
#H34351

HASKELL Larry Austin original
gouache for a circa 1940s advertisement with foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker.
"Austin" and the number "1269" written in pencil on the back. According to
Larry Vrba, head designer for Haskell from 1970-78, these irregularly shaped
glass beads were imported from China and used by the thousands. They were
still there during his time at Haskell. Like many of these pieces, the
detail is lovely and shows not only the jewelry but her furs, typical era
hairdo and cocktail dress. THIS
is the line of jewelry shown in the illustration, and
HERE is a clip in the same line.
#H29965

HASKELL Hess aqua glass beads
and artificial pearls dress clip with gold tone leaves, circa 1940, 3".
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HASKELL early
Hess unsigned aqua glass beads wreath-shaped dress clip with gold tone
leaves, circa 1940, 2".
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HASKELL AD illustrating red
grapes motif clip and bracelet, paper 5" by
7-1/3", hand signed and matted in aqua. #H27334




HASKELL early unsigned aqua glass beads and seed beads
2-7/8" dress clip. One bead is chipped on the back where it does not
show.
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HASKELL early unsigned
aqua glass beads and gold tone leaves dress clip, 2-1/2". A
Larry Austin ad art work showing a similar line can be seen in "Miriam
Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, page 104.
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#H26096

HASKELL Hess early unsigned
aqua glass beads and florets and gold tone caplets dress clip, circa
1935, 4". View #H18627



HASKELL early unsigned
aqua glass beads and rhinestone leaves coil bracelet, 1-3/4" front.
Larry Vrba says he believes that this is line not Haskell. (Seen in Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry, 3rd Ed, page 190.)
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#H22610

HASKELL early
unsigned aqua glass bead and pot metal pave leaves pin, 2-2/3".
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HASKELL
early unsigned aqua glass bead dress clip with rhinestone
leaves, 2-3/4″. See Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page
153. View
#H22888




HASKELL original gouache art
work, probably by Larry Austin. Advertising a Miriam Haskell stick coral
coil bracelet and clip, numbered #1067 on the back, 8" by 10".
#H31940

HASKELL Hess early
unsigned maroon glass beads, gold tone flowers and disk spacers dress
clip, circa 1940, 2-7/8" long.
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#H19943

HASKELL original gouache art
work, probably by Larry Austin. Advertising Miriam Haskell jewelry, a
bracelet and dress clip with heart-shaped glass beads and pressed glass
leaves, numbered "#82" in pen on the back, 8" by 10". #H31845




HASKELL Hess bakelite red,
butterscotch and dark blue disks fur clip with red, white and blue glass
bead center, 2-1/2". An unsigned Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell circa
1940. View #H36398

HASKELL
early unsigned Frank Hess design from the 1940’s. This dress clip of green
glass beads is 3" long.
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#H19699

MIRIAM HASKELL bakelite maroon
disks dress clip with glass beads center, unsigned and designed by Frank
Hess circa 1940, 3-1/4". View
#H36325




HASKELL Hess green, yellow and
brown glass flowers and brown glass beads bar brooch and bracelet.
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HASKELL Hess green, yellow and
brown glass leaves necklace with clear rhinestone accents, 15" by 3-1/4". A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of this
era circa 1930s. View
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HASKELL Hess yellow glass beads
and green glass leaves clip, 3-1/2", a Frank Hess for Miriam
Haskell design, unsigned as it typical of this era circa 1940..
View #H35424




HASKELL Hess yellow glass beads
and green glass leaves fur clip, 3-1/2", a Frank Hess for Miriam
Haskell design, unsigned as it typical of this era circa 1940s.
This can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff on page
159.

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HASKELL Hess yellow glass bead
and green leaves dress clip with necklace converter, 3-3/4" clip and 20"
chain. The necklace converter may not have been original to the piece as I
have never seen one quite like it before, but if not, it is certainly of the
same era and a great way to use the clip as both a clip and a necklace. This
is a Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell design, unsigned as it typical of this
era circa 1940s.
This clip can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff on page
159.
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HASKELL Hess yellow glass beads
bracelet with green transparent seed bead loops, strung on elastic so
somewhat flexible as to size. A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era,
circa 1940s. This can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff on page 159.
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MIRIAM HASKELL by Hess lariat necklace with yellow, caramel and
transparent yellow glass beads and silver tone leaves, 27" total length
including the two 2-1/4" dress clips ends. This is a Frank Hess design for
Miriam Haskell circa 1940, and it is in excellent condition.

The bracelet to this set can be seen in

Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry"
on page 134.


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MIRIAM HASKELL lariat and clip set. View


HASKELL
Hess yellow and amber swirl glass flattened beads and
dangles fur clip with silver tone leaves and flowers, 4". A Frank Hess
for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa
1940. The bracelet to this set can be seen in

Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry"
on page 134. View

#H34673


HASKELL Hess yellow glass flowers
and beads clip with lovely elements in the pulled glass flowers and
leaves, 3-1/2". A Frank
Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era,
circa 1940.

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HASKELL
banana yellow glass dress clips with long green and
yellow glass petals and real seed pod
tops, each 3", set of 2. About half the pods are open and half
closed and they are fragile. A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940. This is the only set like
this I have seen in over 20 years in the business.

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#H37317




HASKELL early unsigned gold tone
petals flower with red glass bead clips, set of 2, circa 1940, 1-3/4".
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HASKELL early unsigned
dress clip in amber-colored glass beads and artificial pearls.
Back
#H19737

HASKELL Hess gilt and green
enamel leaves clip, 1-3/4" each, set of 2, circa 1940. View
#H32360




HASKELL clips to show size comparison. HASKELL coil bracelets to show size comparison.
These are the same bracelets seen in Christie Romero’s book, "Warman’s Jewelry",
3rd Ed, page 190.
HASKELL clips to show size comparison.
(Seen in Christie Romero’s "Warman’s
Jewelry, 3rd Ed, page 195.)




Bracelet of
red opaque glass beads with clear rhinestone petals. This is the
same piece seen in Christie
Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry", 3rd Ed, page 190.
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#H19184

HASKELL unsigned early 1940’s
Hess silver patinated 8" coil bracelet with matching contemporary
1-1/3" earrings made by Haskell Jewelry, both with metallic and glass beads.
The coil bracelet looks best on a 7" wrist. The bracelet was purchased directly from
the archives of Haskell Jewelry Company.
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#H19582

Bracelet of black
opaque glass beads and clear rhinestones.
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#H19185



HASKELL Hess unsigned gold tone
leaves bar pin with clusters of little white glass beads, circa 1940, 3".
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HASKELL
Larry Austin original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell white
beads bracelet and clip, "right" penciled on back, 8" x 10".
#H27269

HASKELL artificial pearl
necklace and earrings with rose montee ornament and matching earrings, all
with a leaf design, necklace 15", earrings 1-1/2". This set is early and
uses round graduated artificial pearls. Both the necklace and the earrings
are signed "Miriam Haskell" on the back. The set is in very good
vintage condition.
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#H33799

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The jewelry below with the button closures is a particular favorite of
mine. Buttons, beads, sea shells, glass flowers and leaves and wooden
pieces are sewn onto a band or two of woven fabric, and then the fabric is
doubled at one end to fashion a button hole. Light weight, easy to fasten and often whimsical, these are pieces
for which I am always on the look-out.

Many of these are attributed to Frank
Hess, Miriam Haskell’s head designer in the early days. But I have also
had them with sewn-in fabric labels saying just "France" and also
with a stapled
attached metal tag with the name "Leo Glass". The ones with
the wooden faces look very Czech, as do others of the wooden Hess
pieces. As you can see in some of
the photos below, there were sometimes matching clips to go with this
style as well. I suspect that some were made in France, imported and
tagged with a maker’s name.



HASKELL lavender woven
band and glass seed bead flowers Frank Hess bracelet, 7-1/2" total length
but &’ wearable length and about 1-1/2" wide. An unsigned Frank Hess
for Miriam Haskell design circa 1940.
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HASKELL Hess
unsigned necklace of pink glass beads and green pressed glass leaves, clear
button-shaped beads closure, circa 1940, 18" length 1-3/4" front drop.
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Button closure.




HASKELL Hess
sea shell necklace and bracelet, necklace 15-1/2" by 1-1/8" bracelet 7"
by 1". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical of this era circa 1930s. Another sea shell style can be
seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by
Gordon & Pamfiloff page 151.

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LEO GLASS
glass flowers and leaves necklace and bracelet with the
button style closure. This set is like both Haskell and French ones I have
had. Red fabric-woven mesh holds wired-on glass flowers and leaves and a
loop and glass button forms the closure on both necklace and earrings. The
necklace is a wearable length of 16-1/2" and the bracelet is 8". It is
interesting that I have seen necklaces in this style, with the button
closure, marked "France", "Leo Glass" and as unsigned Hess Haskell. Whoever
made them, I find them charming and fun to wear since they are usually light
weight and easy to fasten.

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HASKELL Hess mother of pearl
disks, artificial pearl and clear rhinestones silk cord necklace and
earrings, necklace 15-1/2" by 1-1/4" wide, earrings 1-1/8".
An unsigned Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell design circa 1940.
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HASKELL
Hess sea shall necklace with
half pearly white shells and half green and cream shells all hand sewn to a
woven band, wearable length 16" and the shell width is about 1", this has a
sewn on tag saying "Made in France". This can be seen in "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff on page 151.

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HASKELL aqua glass bead balls
and clear rhinestone leaves necklace, strung on cord, circa 1940, 15" long
and about 1-1/2" wide.
These
are made with turquoise glass beads, some wired into balls, roses montees,
and rhinestone-studded leaves and flowers. Note the seed bead attachments and the roses montees inset into the balls.
Pieces of this set can be seen in "Miriam
Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, pages 8, 131 and 139.



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HASKELL Hess
green and white genuine seashell necklace on cream colored cord, 14" by
1-1/4". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical of this era circa 1930s.
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HASKELL wood
faces necklace, bracelet and brooch, necklace
bracelet 7" by about 1-1/2", clip 3-1/2". Each face is different, as well as
each hat, and the tiny flowers are great accents, very charming.

The red button bead closure for the necklace
is worn, as seen in the pictures. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.


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HASKELL Hess cord bracelet with
sea shells, glass flowers in pink, green and yellow with a green glass
button closure all on a woven silk cord in soft faded green, 6-1/2" by
1-1/4". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical of this era circa 1930s. These same flowers are used in the yellow
clip on page 150 of Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" and other
Hess pieces. It is interesting to see how many ways Hess used an elements
like the flowers and sea shells in his jewelry. View
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HASKELL
Hess early unsigned wooden beads and leaves
necklace, bracelet and brooch, necklace 15" by 2" wide, bracelet 7" wearable
length and about 1" wide cords and brooch 3-1/3". A Frank Hess for Miriam
Haskell set, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

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HASKELL pink glass petals
bracelet with pink and white glass flowers on woven cord with button closure, 8"
by 1-3/4". There are two shallow hard-to-see chips on two shells, but I couldn’t
get the camera to show them they are so small. Otherwise the bracelet is in
excellent condition. View
#H35295

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