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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
they 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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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 aqua glass beads
and clear rhinestone leaves parure including the ORIGINAL LARRY AUSTIN art
work that illustrates it, seen HERE.
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the set are:
HASKELL Frank Hess designed
aqua glass beads LARIAT wrap necklace with rhinestone pave silver tone leaves, 21" long
with 2" clips on each end;
NECKLACE
with aqua glass bead balls and clear rhinestone leave, strung
on cord, 15" long and about 1-1/2" wide; and four-strand
BRACELET strung on
elastic, 7" total length and adjustable by about 1-1/2" wide.

These are made with aqua glass beads,
some wired into balls, roses montees, and rhinestone-studded leaves and
flowers.


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. 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 bracelet of aqua
glass beads and clear rhinestone leaves,, circa 1940 four-strand bracelet
strung on elastic, 7" total length and adjustable by about 1-1/2" wide. Pieces
of this set can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff,
pages 8, 131 and 139.
View #H34270







HASKELL pink and white glass
bead balls and glass leaves necklace strung on cord, circa 1940, 17" long
and 1" wide. Pieces of this set can be seen in "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, pages 161. #H34271
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MIRIAM HASKELL circa 1940 Frank
Hess designed necklace, bracelet, and three clips jewelry parure with
original illustration art work by Larry Austin. The set is made of lovely
pink and white glass beads, pink pressed glass leaves, and glass beads sewn
onto metal half-spheres. The Larry Austin original design advertising illustration
art work for this set is in pencil, watercolor and gouache on illustration
board and it has a foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker on
the front, is 8" by 10", and has a penciled number #615" on
the back. The necklace is strung on cord, 17" long and 1" wide;
the 3-strand bracelet is strung on elastic with
bars behind the front element as Hess always did for stability, 6-1/2" and
adjustable with a 2" by 2-1/2" front element; a dress clip at 4"; a dress
clip at 3-1/4"; and a dress clip
with pink molded glass leaves , 2" complete this wonderful set.
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 Miriam Haskell
jewelry 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 set can be
seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff,
pages 161. View
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#H34271
HASKELL pink and white glass
ball beads and glass leaves 3-strand bracelet strung on elastic, circa 1940,
6-1/2" and adjustable with a 2" by 2-1/2" element. Pieces of
this set can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff,
pages 161.
View #H34272

HASKELL Hess unsigned pink
molded glass leaves and pink and white glass beads clip, circa 1940, 4".
See more pieces to this set in Gordon & Pamfiloff "Haskell Jewelry" page
161.
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HASKELL Hess pink and
white bead dress clip with pink pressed glass leaves, 3-1/4" .
View #H33278
HASKELL pink and white bead
clips with pink glass leaves.
HASKELL Hess clips of unsigned pink
molded glass leaves and pink and white swirl glass beads sewn onto metal
half-spheres, circa 1940. HASKELL
original advertising art work for this clip. See more pieces to this set in
Gordon & Pamfiloff "Haskell Jewelry" page 161. #H33248 and #H33249
HASKELL Hess unsigned pink and
white glass beads and pressed glass leaves clip, circa 1940, 2". See more
pieces to this set in Gordon & Pamfiloff "Haskell Jewelry" page 161.
View #H33249

HASKELL Hess pink glass leaves and
pink and white beads wide brooch, 3-1/2" by 1-1/2". Designed
by Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is circa 1940 and in excellent vintage
condition.

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#H37250

HASKELL Hess pink glass petals
and beads lariat, coil bracelet and earrings, SIZES
In the 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 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. A Larry Austin ad art work
showing a similar set in blue can be seen
HERE
and in the book "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, these
are on pages 121, 124 and 125. 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
.

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HASKELL blue glass petals,
leaves and beads jewelry and art work.
HASKELL blue glass petals,
leaves and beads jewelry and art work.


HASKELL
Hess lush blue glass leaves, flowers and beads necklace,
circa 1930’s, 16-1/2" by 3-1/3".


Blue glass beads and leaves set off by
dimensional, cobalt blue floral beads and lighter blue glass petals.

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#H34279




HASKELL Hess lush blue glass
leaves and beads coil wrap bracelet, circa 1930’s, 6" by 2".
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HASKELL Hess blue glass leaves
and beads earrings, circa 1930s, 1-1/4".
View #H34281
HASKELL Hess blue glass flowers
and leaves brooch, circa 1930’s, 2-1/3" brooch.
View #H34281





MIRIAM HASKELL
Hess coil bracelet of
blue glass beads and leaves, 7" long and about 1" wide except where
it crosses over in the front, which is about 2-1/4" wide. The base is a
woven cloth-covered heavy wire coil so it wraps around the wrist and clings
to it. Pieces like this can be seen in the books Gordon & Pamfiloff’s
"Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 129 and in Cera’s "Jewels of
Miriam Haskell" page 21. It is a Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell
jewelry circa 1940, and as was typical of that era, it is not signed. It is
in excellent vintage condition.

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#H39625


HASKELL Hess lush blue glass petals
and beads coil bracelet and fur clip, an amazing set. The overlapping coil bracelet is 8"
total length, but adjustable because it overlaps, and the clip is 4"
long. A similar piece in pink glass can be seen in the
book "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff page 121, and the
blue coil bracelet on page 124-125.
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HASKELL Hess blue glass beads
and leaves clip back earrings, 1".
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#H36852




HASKELL
Hess unsigned brooches, clips and bracelet made of blue glass beads and
pressed
glass leaves circa 1930’s, 3-5/8" by 3".
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#H16620

HASKELL
Larry Austin original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell
bracelet and clip/necklace of pastel blue glass leaves and beads, marked in
pencil on the back "930A" and "left", 8" x 10". #H27268

HASKELL Hess early unsigned blue
glass beads coil bracelet circa 1940, total length 7" by about 1/2" wide
band. Frank Hess made this popular bracelet in other colors in it’s day
including cranberry and soft yellow.
View #H33337




HASKELL early
Hess dress clip in baby blue glass beads and pressed
glass leaves, 4". See an ad for this piece in Cera’s "Jewels of
Miriam Haskell" page 21.
Back
#H24298

HASKELL Hess
baby blue glass beads clip with gold tone leaves and clear rhinestone
accents, 3-1/4". View
#H34131

HASKELL Hess
early unsigned blue glass beads and leaves clip, circa 1940, 3".
View #H27348








HASKELL
Hess early unsigned pin of blue glass leaves and flowers with blue and
lavender glass beads, circa 1940, 3-5/8" by 3".
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#H16620

HASKELL
Larry Austin watercolor used as an advertisement for a blue glass
beads and leaves set. View

HASKELL
blue glass beads and leaves coil bracelet, 7". See Gordon & Pamfiloff’s
"Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 129 and in Cera’s "Jewels of Miriam
Haskell" page 21.

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#H19622



HASKELL Hess floral blue glass
leaves, flowers and beads fur clip, circa 1940, 4-1/4" by 3".
View #H34294
HASKELL Hess blue glass beads
and leaves fur clip, circa1940, 4".
View #H34295

HASKELL Hess blue glass
flowers, leaves and beads fur clip, 2-3/4". A Frank Hess design for
Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of this era circa 1930s.
View #H35275

HASKELL Hess early unsigned blue faceted glass crystals cascade from
this 4-1/4" dress clip with enameled connecting links circa 1940. The
quality of the glass beads is evident and typical of early Haskell.
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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.

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#H37315

HASKELL clip of pastel blue
glass beads dress clip with clear rhinestone accents.
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#H19937




HASKELL Hess dress clip with
baby blue glass beads and pearlized leaves, circa 1940, 3-1/3".
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HASKELL Hess dress clip with
baby blue glass beads and pearlized leaves, circa 1940, 3-2/3".
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HASKELL
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HASKELL clips.



HASKELL Hess blue glass beads
and leaves clip, 2-3/4" wide by 2". A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era,
circa 1940.

View #H35240


HASKELL
Hess baby blue coil bracelet with blue and clear glass flowers
and blue beads,
7-1/2". View View #H34675


HASKELL
blue glass beads and gold tone leaves dress clip, 3-1/8". Designed by Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell it
is unsigned as was typical circa 1940. View #H34783




HASKELL pink and blue glass
leaves and beads clip, 5-1/2" long. This is a
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell and it is unsigned as was typical for this era,
circa 1930s.
There is a tiny chip off the very tip of one of
the pink leaves and one of the blue ones has a small rough edge, but
otherwise this is in very good vintage condition.

Another piece from this group can be seen in

Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry"
on page 123.
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#H35669


HASKELL
Hess blue and clear glass flowers fur clip as is with two
chipped petals, 3-3/4".
Designed
by Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell it is unsigned as was typical circa 1940.


View #H34784

HASKELL Hess
early unsigned blue and clear glass flowers and petals dress clip, circa
1940, 2-1/3". See the bracelet in this series in Carole Tanenbaum’s
"Fabulous Fakes" on page 100; and the ad for this set in Deanna
Cera’s "Jewels of Miriam Haskell" on page 19, bottom right.
View #H28117




HASKELL brooch of delicate
pastel blue and pink glass leaves and buds wired onto the silver tone
covered base, circa 1940, 3-1/2" by 1-1/2".

Another piece from this group
can be seen in

Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry"
on page 123. This is in excellent condition.

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HASKELL
Hess pink and blue glass flowers, leaves and beads lariat
necklace, 26" total, clips
2-1/3" each. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical for this era, circa 1940, and it is in very good condition,
ready to wear. Another piece from this group
can be seen in

Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry"
on page 123.
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#H34687

HASKELL Hess blue and pink glass
florets, leaves and beads
bar brooch, 3-1/3". This is a Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, not
signed as was typical for that era circa 1940.

Another piece from this group
can be seen in

Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry"
on page 123.
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#H35540


HASKELL Hess fur clip with pink and blue
glass flowers, buds and leaves, 2-1/2" by 2-1/4".

This is a
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, and it is unsigned as was typical for this era,
circa 1940.
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#H39614





HASKELL
Hess early unsigned pink glass petals fur clip with bead center,
2-1/3". A similar piece can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by
Gordon & Pamfiloff, page 121. View
#H26588

HASKELL by Frank Hess early
unsigned pink glass petals three-strand 17-1/2" necklace with 3" wide front
glass petals motif. See bracelet in this series in Carole Tanenbaum’s
"Fabulous Fakes" on page 100; and the ad for this set in Deanna
Cera’s "Jewels of Miriam Haskell" on page 19, bottom right.
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#H26577

HASKELL Hess dress clip with
pink glass seed beads, lavender glass flowers, rose montee and green pressed
glass baskets, set of 2, each 1-3/4" by 1-1/3". The flowers are held by
silver tone stems. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical for this era, circa 1940. These clips can be seen in "Haskell
Jewelry" by Deanna Cera on page 89. The green pressed glass elements were
also used by Hess on other pieces, see the necklace on page 114, as were the
purple glass flowers, see the necklace on page 101.
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HASKELL
Frank Hess early unsigned pale pink and white translucent glass beads and
gold tone leaves dress clip, bracelet and earrings circa 1935.The beads
have a lovely translucence, very attractive, and the gold tone leaves
were used in several different designs by Frank Hess as you can see page
160 of Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry".
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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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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 earrings with aqua,
pink and purple rhinestones set in silver tone floret cups, circa 1930s,
screw backs 1". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

View #H35846

HASKELL lariat, aqua glass and
imitation pearls with glass flowers and pink, purple and aqua rhinestones,
26" total length with each clip 2-1/2".

A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this
era, circa 1940.
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MIRIAM HASKELL
Frank Hess coil bracelet with pink, blue and clear glass
beads applied in flower shapes with the coil itself wrapped in good tone
chain, coil 8" by 1/2". An unsigned Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell
circa 1940. View #H36010




HASKELL Hess brooch
of mother-of-pearl finished glass leaves with pink, clear and blue glass flowers and
pink, purple and clear rhinestones, circa 1940, 2-3/4" by 3".
View #H34276

HASKELL Hess necklace, two tiers
of mother-of-pearl finished leaves with pink, clear, purple and blue glass
flowers, circa 1940, 17" long with a 5" drop.

Pale gray
baroque pearls and two elaborate elements of layered pressed glass flowers
in rose, pale pink, aqua and amethyst colors, each with a central roses
montees, then layers of glass leaves looking like mother-of-pearl. Tucked
into both elements are pearls and complimentary colored rhinestones, rare as
Haskell didn’t use too many colored rhinestones in her early pieces.

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HASKELL Hess coil bracelet of
pink glass bead wrap brace with rose, pink, blue and purple glass flowers,
circa 1940, 6" by about 2" wide.
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#H34278



HASKELL
early unsigned coil bracelet circa 1940. Pastel pink and purple glass
flowers, artificial pearlized leaves and rhinestones. This was purchased
directly from the Haskell Company. This style coil bracelet is Larry
Vrba’s very favorite and I agree! Bracelets like this pieces can be seen in Christie Romero’s
book "Warman’s Jewelry,
3rd Ed" on page 190 and in Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Haskell Jewelry" on page
64. The pink bracelet on the left is the same on in that book.
#H19583
HASKELL pink, blue and purple
lariat necklace with pearlized glass leaves and pink glass beads, total
length 26", each clip 2-1/4". This is the same piece seen in
Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry", 3rd Ed, page 198.
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HASKELL
early unsigned coil bracelet circa 1940. Pastel pink and purple glass
flowers, artificial pearlized leaves and rhinestones. This was purchased
directly from the Haskell Company. (Seen in Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry,
3rd Ed, page 190 and in Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Haskell Jewelry" on page
64.) View
#H19583



HASKELL Hess aqua glass beads,
aqua, pink and clear glass flowers with clear rhinestone centers and
pearlized leaves coil bracelet, 8" by about 1-1/3" wide, circa 1930.
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coil bracelets. #H31964

HASKELL early
unsigned pink glass bead wrap necklace with 2-1/2" glass flower and
leaves clips, 26", matching coil bracelet. The earrings were made to
match by Haskell in 2001. See this coil bracelet in Gordon &
Pamfiloff’s "Haskell Jewelry" on page 64.
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HASKELL
Hess pink glass beads coil bracelet with glass flowers and milk
glass leaves, total length 7-1/3" and when wrapped, the front corsage
element is about 3" by 2-1/2".

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HASKELL Hess original art work
jewelry advertisement by Larry Austin showing a Hess necklace and
bracelet of red, pink beads and tiny yellow and white beads on a lady
wearing a gray with white polka dots dress and hat, foil "Miriam
Haskell" tag on the front, marked #922B" on the back, circa 1940, 8" by
10". #H37379

HASKELL Hess original art work
jewelry advertisement by Larry Austin showing a lady wearing the pink,
blue and clear coil bracelet and clip, foil "Miriam Haskell" tag on the
front and marked in pencil on the back, "#351 3/15/37", circa 1937, 8"
by 10" . View
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HASKELL Hess original art
work jewelry advertisement by Larry Austin showing a lady in white wearing a
wonderful blue glass bead lariat necklace and coil bracelet, foil "Miriam
Haskell" tag on the front, marked in pencil "#694" on the back, circa 1940, 8"
by 10". View #H37381


HASKELL Hess coil bracelet of
pink and blue flowers, pink, blue and clear glass beads and seed beads, circa 1940.
View #H34291

HASKELL parure, a four piece
set of Frank Hess designed Miriam Haskell jewelry. Each piece is made up of
pate de verre glass, glass beads and flowers and seed beads, just lush
and gorgeous. and all done by hand one at a time. Circa 1940 and
unsigned as was typical of that era. The set includes:
HASKELL Hess lariat necklace 25"; a coil bracelet; an oval brooch,
2-1/4"; and beaded earrings with screw backs. #H34285

HASKELL Hess lariat necklace of
pink, blue and clear glass beads, circa 1940, 25 long" including the clips.
These lovely lariats can be worn
in different ways: knotted, wrapped and clipped to clothing, so versatile.

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#H34285

HASKELL Hess earrings of pink,
blue, clear glass beads and flowers with screw backs, circa 1940, 1-1/4".
View #H34286

HASKELL Larry Austin original art work
for a
jewelry advertisement. It illustrates a lady wearing the pink,
blue and clear coil bracelet and clip shown in both of these groups,
above and below. It has the foil "Miriam Haskell" tag on the
front and is marked in pencil on the back, "#351" and the date 3/15/37",
so circa 1937, 8"
by 10". Art work like this is a perfect way to document and date
the early unsigned Haskell Hess pieces.
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HASKELL Hess clear pate verre
with blue,
pink and clear glass beads and florets brooch on gold tone oval pin back, 2-1/4". A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell design circa 1940 and unsigned as was typical
of that era.
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#H26601



HASKELL pate
de verre glass pink, blue and clear beads and flowers fur clip in the larger
size 4-1/2" long and 2-1/2" wide. This just moves beautifully when worn.
Seen in Cera’s "Jewels of Miriam Haskell" on page 84-85.
View #H21830
HASKELL set in gorgeous pink,
blue and clear pate de verre, French glass flowers and glass beads and seed
beads. The
necklace is 16" long; the fur clip, 4-1/4"; the coil bracelet; and the long
dangly earrings 3" long with replacement clip backs for security in
wearing. View
View #H34284
HASKELL Hess dangle
earrings of pink, blue and clear glass beads and flowers, circa 1940,
replaced clip backs
for security in wearing, 3". #H34284



HASKELL Hess pink and blue glass
beads brooch, 2-1/2". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned
as was typical of this era circa 1930s.
View #H35276
HASKELL Hess coil bracelet of
pink tinted pate verre and pink, blue and clear glass beads and flowers, circa 1940, 8" .
View
View #H34283
HASKELL
early unsigned 3-1/2" dress clip of clear, pink and blue transparent glass
beads. View
#H25037




MIRIAM HASKELL
Hess coil bracelet of
pink, blue and clear glass beads and flowers, circa 1940. The
bracelet is made up of pate de verre glass, glass beads and flowers and seed
beads, just lush and gorgeous and all done by hand. The base is a woven
cloth-covered heavy wire coil so it wraps around the wrist and clings to it.
It’s 7" long and about 1" wide and in excellent vintage condition. It is a
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell jewelry circa 1940, and as was typical
of that era, it is not signed.


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#H39626


HASKELL Hess pink glass beads
and leaves clip, 4-1/2", a Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell design,
unsigned as it typical of this era circa 1940. View
SET #H35425
HASKELL Hess pink glass beads
and leaves clip, 4-1/2", a Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell design,
unsigned as it typical of this era circa 1940. View
SET #H35425
HASKELL Hess pink and
pomegranate glass bead circle dress clips, set of 2, 2" each.
View #H36065



HASKELL Hess pink glass leaves
and beads dress clip, unsigned circa 1940, 4-1/2" by 3". A Larry
Austin art work with a similar group can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry"
by Gordon & Pamfiloff, page 95 and the style can be seen on page 120 of
the same book..
View #H34368

HASKELL pink glass leaves and
beads dress clip with lovely rosy glass centers, 3". A Frank Hess
design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of this era
circa 1940.
View #H34499

HASKELL Hess pink glass beads
and leaves clip, 4-1/2", a Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell design,
unsigned as it typical of this era circa 1940. View
SET #H35425




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

HASKELL Hess pink glass petals
and beads bracelet with pink and cranberry glass beads and petals, about 6"
relaxed by 1" wide bead strands.
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#H35296
HASKELL pink and rose set.





MIRIAM HASKELL Frank Hess red, blue and green
necklace with a combination of melon-shaped and round beads, accented with
glass pearls, gold cut steel beads and glass pearls and seed beads. This
spectacular necklace is marked "Miriam Haskell" on the back of the intricate
clasp, and it is a three-strand necklace with a wearable length of 13-1/2"
and a clasp that is 1-1/8" by 1". What a true Hess beauty!
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#H40554 book piece


MIRIAM HASKELL Frank Hess extra long red, blue
and green necklace with a combination of melon-shaped and round beads,
accented with glass pearls, gold cut steel beads and glass pearls and seed
beads. This spectacular necklace is marked "Miriam Haskell" on the back of
the hook, and it is a lush eight-strand necklace with a wearable length of
13-1/2"30". It is a breathtaking Hess creation! .
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#H40555


MIRIAM HASKELL pastel and medium green glass
beads two strand necklace with gold tone findings, 14 to 15" wearable length. The
beads are German opalescent shards along with the darker colored hand made
beads. It would be very costly these days to use those special beads so
lavishly. It’s so lovely, with soft green glass seed beads. The paler beads
are opalescent and the findings are gold tone. This is signed both on the
clasp back and the back of the hook "Miriam Haskell. It’s not only the
wonderful beads but the way they are combined that make this necklace so
special.
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MIRIAM HASKELL
jewelry designed by Frank Hess in this Larry
Austin art work advertisement illustrating a coil bracelet and lariat
necklace made of artificial pearls, glass beads and gold tone leaves, circa
1940. The lovely lady is wearing a coral colored dress and fur hat. Marked
"#1227A" on the back of the 8" by 10" illustration board, there is also
glitter on the front to highlight the jewelry. #H37723

HASKELL
Hess dress clips with glass pearls, aqua and cranberry transparent glass beads
set in antiqued silver tone flowers with clear rhinestone accents, set of two
pieces circa 1940, 2-1/2" each. More pieces of this set and the art work that
illustrates it can be seen in Cera’s book "Jewels of Miriam Haskell" on page
90-91. These can also be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff,
page 137 and the advertising art work for it on page 94.
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MIRIAM HASKELL
by Frank Hess cranberry colored glass beads dress clip with
clear rhinestones all set in silver tone, 3-1/2" long. At the top is a
silver colored ribbon and a little flower shape,
and the "chains" are really metal segments made to fit together
almost
like little puzzle pieces so they can
move. This is such a beauty and one of my favorite Hess clips we’ve ever
had.

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HASKELL Hess pink glass beads
and semi-pearlized edged leaves lariat necklace with silver colored glass
seed beads, 24" total length with each clip 2-1/2". This has been
professionally restrung and it in wonderful condition and ready for
wear.

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

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HASKELL Hess set of coil
bracelet, clip and clip back earrings with cranberry
glass beads and clear rhinestones set in gold tone flower cups, circa 1940. The coil bracelet is 7"
total length, but it does cross over when it is worn. The clip is 2-1/8" and
the clip back earrings are 1-1/2". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical of this era circa 1930s. It is all in excellent
condition. These can also be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff. View
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HASKELL original art
work for an advertisement for Haskell Frank Hess jewelry, 8-1/3" by 10".
#H34563




HASKELL Frank
Hess early
unsigned cranberry glass beads and clear rhinestones coil bracelet circa
1935, 7".
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HASKELL Frank
Hess early unsigned cranberry glass beads and clear rhinestones coil
bracelet and 3-1/3" dress clip circa 1935. View
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HASKELL Hess early
unsigned 3-1/2" cranberry glass beads and clear rhinestones dress clip circa
1935. View
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HASKELL pink and blue glass
dangles dress clip, 3". See Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry" page 148.
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HASKELL Hess
aqua, red and rose glass beads and green enamel coil bracelet with gold tone
leaves, 8" by 1" wide. Designed by Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell it is
unsigned as was typical circa 1940. It is an rare bracelet by this maker.
Another version of this bracelet can be seen on page 16 of Deanna F. Cera’s
"Jewels of Miriam Haskell ". This bracelet is in excellent
condition and it is a rare find.
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HASKELL Hess pink glass
petals dress clip with milky white glass beads, 3". The beads may have once
had a pearlized finish as there is just a bit left on one or two of them. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of this
era circa 1930s. Similar clips seen in Gordon & Pamfiloff "Miriam Haskell
Jewelry" on page 121.
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HASKELL
Hess
necklace of pink, purple and green flattened beads and glass beads on gold
tone chains, 15". It also has a beautiful catch decoration, such great attention
to detail. See the ad for this set in Deanna Cera’s "Jewels of Miriam
Haskell" on page 29, bottom right. The ad states, "Miriam Haskell makes
costume jewelry and Harvey Nichols have it!". The ad is said to date 1938.

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HASKELL Hess pink,
green, purple flattened glass beads lariat with leaves and
chains, circa 1940, 26" with two clips 2" each. See the ad for this set in Deanna Cera’s "Jewels of Miriam
Haskell" on page 29, bottom right. The ad states, "Miriam Haskell makes
costume jewelry and Harvey Nichols have it!". Harvey Nichols was a London
department store and the ad is said to date 1938. According to Larry
Vrba, Haskell bought out a bead company just so that they could make
these wonderful flattened beads to use in their jewelry.
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A photo showing the scale of these pieces.



HASKELL dress
clip with pink, green, purple flattened glass beads lariat with antiqued
silver tone leaves and chains, circa 1940, 1-7/8". Designed by
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell this is unsigned as typical for this era.
View #H34479

HASKELL dress clip with pink,
green, purple flattened glass beads lariat with antiqued silver tone leaves
and chains, circa 1940, 2". Designed by Frank Hess for Miriam
Haskell this is unsigned as typical for this era. View
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HASKELL dress clip with
pink, green, purple flattened glass beads lariat with antiqued silver
tone leaves and chains, circa 1940, 2". Designed by Frank Hess
for Miriam Haskell this is unsigned as typical for this era.
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HASKELL
Hess early unsigned purple, green and pink beaded 3" dress clip with silver
tone leaves. See Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 31.
View #H21831

HASKELL
early Hess unsigned pink and purple glass beads, artificial seed pearls and green
glass leaves fur clip, 3-3/4". The wire strung glass seed
pearls have a break in the wire. Note the cast metal flower petals set with
rhinestones, unusual for a Hess piece. See Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page
132.
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HASKELL Hess pink, green, purple
flattened glass beads lariat with gold tone leaves and chains, circa 1940,
27" clips 2".

Gilt
metal
leaves and flowers, art glass beads.
See the ad for this set in Deanna Cera’s "Jewels of Miriam Haskell" on page
29, bottom right. The ad states, "Miriam Haskell makes costume jewelry and
Harvey Nichols have it!". Harvey Nichols was a London department store
and the ad is said to date 1938. View
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HASKELL Hess
coil wrap bracelet with pink and purple glass bouquet and gilt metal leaves
with clear rhinestone accents, size 2-3/4" across the front and adjustable.
A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for
this era, circa 1940. Pieces in this group can be seen in Christie Romero’s
"Warman’s
Jewelry, 3rd Ed, page 199 and Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry"
page 134.
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HASKELL
Frank Hess designed purple and pink glass leaves grand parure.
HASKELL
circa 1940 unsigned parure done in glass pink and lavender petals accented
with clear rhinestones. This set includes both a 3-1/4" brooch and a
5" dress
clip, as well as the 6-3/4" bracelet, 16" necklace with a 2-3/4"
by 2" front element, and 1-1/3" earrings,
circa 1940. Pieces from this group can be seen in Christie Romero’s
book "Warman’s Jewelry, 3rd Ed"
on
page 199 and Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 134. View
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HASKELL Hess designed pink and purple
glass petals brooch, 4" by 2-1/3", replacement pin back. A Frank Hess design
for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.
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HASKELL Hess pink and
purple glass petals lariat necklace with gold tone chains, 26" total length
and each clip 2-1/2".

A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940. Pieces in this group can
be seen in

Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry, 3rd Ed, page 199
and Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 134.
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HASKELL
Hess parure of pink and purple glass petals set in gold
tone with clear rhinestone accents. This set took a long time to collect,
and it is just a lovely example of the very best of Miriam Haskell and Frank
Hess from the 1930s and 1940s. The pink and purple glass petals are accented
with clear rhinestones and all set in gold tone The set includes a lariat
necklace, bracelet, long brooch and a smaller fur clip. The lariat is 26"
total length and each clip 2-1/2"; the bracelet is 6-3/4"; the long clip 5"
by 3-1/2", the smaller clip 1-7/8". A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell,
it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940. Pieces in this group
can be seen in Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry, 3rd Ed, page 199 and
Gordon & Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 134. Each piece is in
excellent vintage condition.

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MIRIAM HASKELL
by Frank Hess fur clip with pink and lavender
glass petals accented with clear rhinestones and tipped with glass pearls, a
5" dress clip circa 1940. The tiny clear flower shapes remind me of alyssum
flowers and highlight the piece perfectly. Pieces of this group can be seen
in Christie Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry, 3rd Ed", page 199 and Gordon &
Pamfiloff’s "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" page 134. This is 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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HASKELL Hess pink and purple
glass leaves set in silver tone 7-1/2" by 1-1/4" bracelet with 2-5/8" by
1-3/4" bouquet center and 3-1/4" brooch, circa 1940. This
is an example of the fact that Haskell did similar versions in different
metal colors.
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Similar pieces seen in Pamfiloff & Gordon "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" on page
141.
CLIPS
red glass beads and clear rhinestones V-shaped dress clips, set of 2, 1" each.
The back of each clip is marked "HETL, Reg US Pat Off".
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HASKELL cranberry glass
beads in four sizes (melon, round and disk shaped) and clear rhinestone bars
comprise this 15" by 1-1/2" collar necklace and 7" by 3/4" coil bracelet
with safety chain. The tipped stringing may indicate that this has been
re-strung at some time. While this set is not signed, I have had the same
collar in green and it was signed with a soldered tag on the back of the necklace clasp.
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HASKELL red glass bead and clear
rhinestone small dress clips.
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HASKELL Miriam Haskell red glass
bead bracelet with clear rhinestone roundelles, 6" relaxed by 5/8" wide. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, this is unsigned as was typical for
this era circa 1940. Both
#H35440
HASKELL Hess red glass beads
round clip with clear rhinestones spacers, 2".
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HASKELL Miriam Haskell red glass
bead bracelet with clear rhinestone rondelles, 6" relaxed by 5/8" wide.
A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, this is unsigned as was typical for
this era circa 1940.
#H35441




HASKELL red beads and
rhinestones dangle clip, circa 1940 and an unsigned Frank Hess design
for Miriam Haskell, 2-1/3".
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HASKELL
Hess red glass beads necklace and dress clip with clear
rhinestone spacer rounds and clear rhinestone accents, necklace with a
lovely butterfly clasp, necklace 15" with a 2" front drop, clip 2-1/3". A
Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era,
circa 1940. I sometimes see this necklace style as French made, too.
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HASKELL Hess bar brooch with
pomegranate seed red glass beads and lovely yellow celluloid flowers and gilt metal leaves and
flowers, 4". Circa 1930s, this is an unsigned Frank Hess design for
a
Miriam Haskell brooch. It can be seen in the Gordon & Pamfiloff book,
"Miriam Haskell Jewelry" on page 140. View
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HASKELL Hess red glass beads and
artificial pearl bar brooch and dress clip mounted on gold tone formed
flowers, really lovely, bar brooch 4" by 1-3/4". Circa 1940,
this is an unsigned Frank Hess designed for Miriam Haskell brooch in
excellent condition.
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HASKELL Hess red glass
beads and artificial pearl dress clip set among gold tone leaves, 2".
Circa 1940, this is an unsigned Frank Hess designed for Miriam Haskell clip
in excellent condition.
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HASKELL Hess 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.

M
ore pieces of this set with the glass flowers can be seen
in Cera’s book "Jewels of Miriam Haskell" on page 69.
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HASKELL
early unsigned Hess cranberry glass beads dress clips set with antiqued gold tone
shell motifs circa 1940, 1-3/4", set of 2. A Frank Hess design for
Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.
HERE is a photo of the
original art work illustrating these clips, shown just for reference.
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HASKELL early original gouache
(water color) art
work illustrating a Frank Hess designed clip and coil bracelet set in cranberry
glass beads and gold tone leaves, 8" by 10".

HERE is a photo of the
clips illustrated in this advertisement, shown for reference.
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HASKELL Hess early unsigned
cobalt blue glass beads dress clip with antiqued gold tone shell motifs
circa 1940, 1-3/4". View
#H25968
ALL 3 HASKELL clips.
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HASKELL
Hess pink and cranberry glass beads bracelet with a three
part clasp having clear rose montee rhinestones and pink glass seed beads on them,
7" by 7/8". This is an unsigned piece that was designed for Miriam
Haskell by Frank Hess circa 1940s, when her pieces were not yet signed.

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HASKELL glazed and fired
white clay flower pendants, one pink and one lavender, pink 2-1/2" by 2"
and lavender 2-3/4" by 2-1/4". These can be worn as pendants on a ribbon
or a chain. The signature on the back of these isn’t in Miriam Haskell’s
handwriting, and I have heard they were fashioned and signed by a
relative of a later owner of Haskell. They would be difficult to wear
without breaking.
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HASKELL
Hess brooch with red glass beads, gold toned flowers
and silver and gold tone metal fittings with beads wound around each
ball, 4-1/8" by 2-5/8". The three
balls dangle from the upper part of the pin and the elongated silver
tone beads are suspended from them. You can see a similar piece on page 141
of the Gordon & Pamfiloff book, "Haskell Jewelry". This is an unsigned
piece that was designed for Miriam Haskell by Frank Hess circa 1940,
when her pieces were not yet signed.

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#H37934




HASKELL
early unsigned coil bracelet circa 1940. Baby blue glass beads and
artificial pearls backed by gold tone textured leaves. This was
purchased directly from the Haskell Company archives. View
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HASKELL
early unsigned coil bracelet circa 1940. Pastel green glass beads,
artificial pearls and three-dimensional gold tone flowers and
leaves. This was purchased directly from the Haskell Company archives. View
#H19581

HASKELL
carnelian colored glass beads, faux jade and faux pearls coil
bracelet. This was purchased directly from the Haskell Company archives. View
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HASKELL Hess
coil bracelet with green glass beads and gold tone leaves, 8" by 2-1/2".
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HASKELL by
Frank Hess lariat necklace, coil bracelet and fur clip of gorgeous clear glass
flowers and green glass beads on gold tone leaves and chains. The chain
portion is 23" long and each dress clip is 2-1/8" wide. The necklace wraps around your neck
and each clip fastens to your neckline or collar. The coil bracelet
is 7-1/2" total length, but it will cross over in the front making it
adjustable. The fur clip is 3-1/3" long.


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

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HASKELL green glass and crystal beads on filigree gold tone clip which matches the wrap necklace at the left, 3 inches long. View
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HASKELL
early unsigned coil bracelet and earrings designed by
Frank Hess circa 1940. The set is made up of pastel green glass beads,
artificial pearls and three-dimensional gold tone flowers and leaves. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for
the era circa 1940. This was purchased by me directly from the Haskell
Company archives and is in excellent condition.

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HASKELL early unsigned Frank
Hess green and white glass beads lariat necklace and coil bracelet with
artificial pearl accents and gold tone leaves, circa 1940, necklace 26" with
each clip 2", coil adjustable 2" front 5/8" band. A
Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for the
era circa 1940.
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HASKELL Hess green glass beads
and artificial pearls stretch bracelet, five strands with a stunning clasp
of ornate brass flowers with beads in the center, circa 1940. The pearls
have been replaced and the bracelet has been restrung to make it strong and
wearable. Center measures 2" by 1-1/2", adjustable in size as it is strung
on elastic. View
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HASKELL Hess coil
bracelet of yellow glass beads with clear rhinestone trim, 7".
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HASKELL yellow glass bead
3-1/3" dress clip. Matching piece to the bracelet at right.
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HASKELL
yellow glass beads and leaves dress clips, set of two, 3"
each. Designed by Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell it is unsigned as was
typical circa 1940. View #H34709

HASKELL
clip with white glass flowers and green leaves, 4". A Frank Hess for Miriam
Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.
View #H35787

HASKELL
Hess early unsigned dress clips with glass leaves and citrus-colored
glass beads. This was purchased directly from the Haskell Company
archives. View
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HASKELL original
advertisement showing a clip
and coil bracelet set with green glass leaves and yellow and white
flowers. It is a glossy advertisement matted in aqua matte board with
printed information on the back, 3-1/2" by 4-1/2". This would have been
used in shops that sold Haskell jewelry circa 1940s and it is an
original ad from that era. It’s interesting to read the back of this
ad.
"Jewels of the Hour
by Miriam Haskell
Now appearing on the pages of leading fashion magazines.
Tie in with this dramatic campaign in your daily newspapers. Features
fashions in jewels by Miriam Haskell prominently in your jewelry
department and store windows.
Miriam Haskell, 392 Fifth Avenue, New York City.
Beside this, a partial label states, "Announcements will appeal in
Vogue, Bazaar and Town & Country during 1946".

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HASKELL Hess rare flowers and
leaves necklace with yellow glass
button centers, white enameled daisies and green pressed glass pate de verre
leaves necklace, 16" by 2". Designed by Frank Hess, it lays
beautifully on the neck as shown. This vintage 1940s
Haskell ad shows other pieces
similar
to this set, complete with the same glass leaves.
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#H33269

HASKELL Hess green
glass bead and gold tone butterfly stretch bracelet, butterfly is 1-1/4"
by 1-1/8", bracelet would fit a small to standard sized wrist as it
expands. This was designed by Frank Hess circa 1940, and is unsigned as
are items from that period. View
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HASKELL
white beaded floral clip with green glass leaves and yellow bead
stamen, circa 1940, 3" by 4".
The clip can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon and Pamfiloff,
page 142. According to Larry Vrba, this design was a great favorite of
Frank Hess’. This is also illustrated in the Larry Austin ad art work HERE. One
like it can be seen in Cera’s "Amazing Gems" on page 146.
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HASKELL
Hess white glass bugle beaded flower necklace with yellow bead center
and green pressed glass leaves, four strand necklace, circa 1940, 15" by 3",
with
matching
clips
of white
beads and green glass leaves, 3" by 4", set of 2.
The clip can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon and Pamfiloff, page
142. The advertisement for it is also in the book "American Costume Jewelry"
by Brunialti on page 253-255. This group is also illustrated in the Larry Austin ad
art work HERE. According
to Larry Vrba, this design was a great favorite of Frank Hess’.
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HASKELL Larry Austin
original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell seed bead and
leaves bracelet and clip with foil "Miriam
Haskell" sticker, 8" by 10", written in pencil on the back
#825. HASKELL
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HASKELL
white beaded floral clip with green glass leaves and yellow bead
stamen, circa 1940, 3" by 4".
The clip can be seen in "Miriam Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon and Pamfiloff,
page 142. According to Larry Vrba, this
design was a great favorite of Frank Hess’. This is also illustrated in
the Larry Austin ad art work HERE.
One like it can be seen in Cera’s "Amazing Gems" on page 146.

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HASKELL Hess white
glass beaded flower dress clip with yellow glass beads center, 2-1/8" by
1-7/8". View #H37519


HASKELL
Hess coil bracelet with white beaded flowers and green leaves, 7"
from end to end of the bracelet, adjustable, and the front element 3-5/8" by
2-1/3".

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HASKELL
white glass beaded flower clips molded onto a wire frame work and
accented by yellow glass seed beads and green leaves, set of 2, each 2-1/2".

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HASKELL Hess white glass
roses, leaves and beads lariat necklace, 4-strand, circa 1935, 27" total
length and 3" wide clips. #H34132

HASKELL Hess lariat necklace with
dress clip ends made of white glass beads and leaves, green transparent leaves and
painted purple glass flower centers, total length 27", each clip is 2-1/2".


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

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HASKELL milk glass beads dress clip with florets and seed bead finials,
3-5/8".
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HASKELL e Hess white glass
petals and beads lariat necklace, four strands at 27" total length including
the clips, which are 3" wide each. Included is the lovely Larry Austin
original watercolor advertising illustration illustrating the Haskell lariat
and bracelet with a foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker, 8" by 10", written in pencil on the back "
#1032". This lariat can be seen in a Larry Austin ART
gouache for their advertising. The elegant lady wears a very dark chocolate dress
and white wide brimmed white hat. The price includes the lariat and the art work
ad. A Frank Hess for Miriam Haskell design, it
is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1935. The price includes both
the necklace and the art work, and both are in excellent condition.
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HASKELL Hess white glass roses,
leaves and beads lariat necklace, 4-strand, circa 1935, 27" total length and
3" wide clips. This lariat can be seen in a Larry Austin ART
gouache for their advertising. Hess used these flower buttons in
different colors in several of his pieces.
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HASKELL
CLIP
early Hess dress clip of white glass beads and green bakelite
leaves.
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#H19701


MIRIAM HASKELL Hess white
molded glass
flowers, leaves and beads lariat necklace, 24" total length with 2-1/4" wide
dress clips on each end. A Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is
unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940. View
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HASKELL Hess white glass
flowers, leaves and beads brooch, 4-1/4".

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

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MIRIAM HASKELL Larry
Austin original gouache art work on paper board. It is showing the Frank Hess designed white
glass beads and leaves lariat and coil bracelet, 8" by 10".
These are so special and they illustrate some of Hess’ best designs, circa
1940. #H36594


HASKELL
white glass leaves and beads brooch, a nice wide 4". A Frank Hess design for
Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical of this era circa 1940.
View #H34644

HASKELL Hess white glass
beads, florets and leaves lariat necklace, 27-1/2" length and 2-3/4" clips.
A similar piece can be seen in the vintage 1940s
Larry Austin Advertisement.
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HASKELL
Hess early unsigned white glass leaves and flowers dress clip, circa
1935, 2-7/8" by 2-1/4". View
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HASKELL white glass beads,
seed beads and leaves pin with lovely dangling strands, 3-1/2" long.
This is a Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was
typical for this era, circa 1940.
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HASKELL white glass leaves and
beads necklace with a lovely bouquet look. The clasp is marked "sterling",
and the necklace is 16-1/2" with 4" front drop. It is in
excellent condition.
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HASKELL Hess dress clip of white
plastic flower buttons and glass green and clear glass leaves and beads, circa
1940, 3-5/8". Hess used these flower buttons in different
colors in several of his pieces. This book piece can be seen in "Miriam
Haskell Jewelry" by Gordon & Pamfiloff, page 156. View
#H34289





HASKELL Hess white plastic flower
buttons
dress clip with red tips, a delicate delight circa 1940, 2-3/4".
Hess
used these flower buttons in different colors in several of his pieces.
View #H34676

HASKELL Hess white glass beads
bar brooch, 2-7/8" by 1-1/3". A Frank Hess
design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa
1940.
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#H36344

HASKELL white glass beads
and gold tone leaves clip, a Frank Hess design for Miriam Haskell, this
is unsigned as was typical for this era circa 1940.
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HASKELL
Hess coil bracelet with tiny white florets, yellow glass seed beads
and green glass hand made leaves, all mounted on a pink woven covered coil,
making the bracelet adjustable, 7" 3-1/3" by 2-1/4". This is a Frank Hess
design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa
1940.

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HASKELL
white and yellow glass beads flower brooch on gold tone backing,
3-1/2". Sets were made in this style and the fresh-as-a-daisy look
has nice appeal.

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MIRIAM HASKELL
by Frank Hess white coil bracelet with glass leaves,
tiny flowers and seed beads mounted onto a woven covered metal coil, so
adjustable in size. The bracelet itself. not counting the leaf tips, is
7-1/3" by about 1/2" wide on the band. This is a Frank Hess design for
Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.


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HASKELL faceted clear crystal
beads fur clip with gold tone caps, 3-1/2".
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HASKELL Hess early
unsigned lariat of clear glass flattened faceted beads and cut steel spacer
beads24" with silver tone metallic leaf dress clips embellished with cut
steel beads and rose montee, 2".
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HASKELL early unsigned crystal
4-1/2" long beaded dress clip, heavy and lush with beautiful beads, circa 1940.
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HASKELL
early unsigned 16-1/4" necklace with a front drape of 3-1/2" and 4"
fur clip, both of clear faceted glass beads with red and green glass bead
accents. View View
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Haskell advertisement circa 1940. HASKELL Hess early unsigned
clear, red and green faceted glass beads pin, 4".
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MIRIAM HASKELL
jewelry designed by Frank Hess in this Larry Austin
art work advertisement illustrating a coil bracelet and lariat necklace
made of artificial pearls, glass beads and gold tone leaves, circa 1940.
The lovely lady is wearing a coral colored dress and fur hat. Marked
"#1227A" on the back of the 8" by 10" illustration board, there is also
glitter on the front to highlight the jewelry. #H37723

HASKELL Hess lush necklace
with faceted clear and round red and green glass beads on a gold tone two
level chain, wearable length 15" with 3" front drop. A Frank
Hess design for Miriam Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era,
circa 1940.
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MIRIAM HASKELL
jewelry designed by Frank Hess in this Larry Austin
art work advertisement illustrating a blue glass beads clip, bracelet
and hair comb, circa 1940. The lovely lady wears a white fur over her
shoulder and a sheer pink dress, along with her coil bracelet, clip and
hair comb. Marked "#847A" on the back, this is done on an 8" by 10"
illustration board with the jewelry highlighted with glitter. #H37724



HASKELL unsigned Frank Hess
faceted glass beads with red and green round glass bead spacers necklace and
bracelet set all on a gold tone book chain circa 1940,
necklace 16-1/2" bracelet 7" with 1-1/2" drops.
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HASKELL Hess necklace of two
rows of brass chains with sparkling clear faceted and graduated crystals and
red and green round glass beads, 17" long and 2-1/2" wide, the bib portion
is 7-1/2" wide. A Frank Hess for Miriam
Haskell, it is unsigned as was typical for this era, circa 1940.

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HASKELL earrings with milky
glass beads and petals with blue seed beads and clear rose montee, 1".
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HASKELL
early Hess
embossed Russian gold tone lily-of-the-valley, leaves, flowerets and beads,
unsigned,
14-1/2" by 1/2" necklace and 1-1/2" earrings, circa 1940. Each
piece is intricately hand woven into the next piece to create this lovely
set. Larry
Vrba identified this lily-of-the-valley motif as one of Frank Hess’
favorites.
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HASKELL early Hess embossed silver
tone lily-of-the-valley, leaves, flowerets and beads 14-1/2" by 1/2"
necklace and 1-1/2" earrings, circa 1940. Each piece is intricately
hand woven into the next piece to create this lovely set. Larry Vrba identified this
lily-of-the-valley motif as one of Frank Hess’ favorites.
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HASKELL
bracelet, brooches and earrings in pink and blue art glass and seed beads
circa 1945. Some of these
transitional pieces are signed and some are not. The bracelet is the
one seen in Christie
Romero’s "Warman’s Jewelry", 3rd Ed, page 190. View
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HASKELL Hess unsigned
clear, red and blue glass beads and green leaves bracelet, brooch and clip.
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HASKELL Hess unsigned
clear, red and blue glass beads and green leaves bracelet.
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HASKELL
Larry Austin original watercolor advertising illustration for Haskell glass
flowers necklace, bracelet and clip, with foil "Miriam Haskell" sticker,
numbered #667. #H24367

GLASS flowers and leaves on a celluloid necklace,
red poppies, blue and yellow flowers and white leaves on a yellow plastic chain,
circa 1930s, 16". I am not at all convinced that this is a
Hess Haskell, but am interested in how similar it is to the advertising art
work shown at left. I think the Haskell version would have been strung on
cord, not celluloid chain.
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HASKELL early unsigned blue
faceted crystals dress clip with gold tone leaves.
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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 JEWELRY

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