Anne Koplik Jewelry Designs ~ Anne Koplik Jewelry Designs ~ 1950's Style Large Black Glass Beads & Crystal Choker Necklace

Anne Koplik Jewelry Designs ~ Anne Koplik Jewelry Designs ~ 1950's Style Large Black Glass Beads & Crystal Choker Necklace
Anne Koplik Jewelry Designs ~ 1950's Style Large Jet Black Glass Beads & Crystal Necklace & Earrings Set. We love these funky, fun, retro baubles from Anne Koplik Designs. Made in the true style of the day. Just struck a chord with us as we love everything from the 50's around here. Trademarked Anne Koplik Designs. Bronze patina finish electroplated over brass without using nickel. Earrings are eurowires. Comes in a nice gift box.
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