Ben Gartner who did business as the Circle Jewelry Co., first used the mark of "Goldette N.Y". in the fall of 1955.
Goldette produced most of their jewelry designed in a Victorian and Egyptian or Etruscan Revival style in antiqued gold fashion or silver finish, they are also known for their large leaded glass sets, intaglios, fobs and locket pendants.
Just a note, this set is showing up Brassy colored, I assure you it is very Silver. I have adjusted some photos with a filter to try to make it the correct silver tone.
This gorgeous necklace is slightly more than 16 inches at the central chain around the neck with the longest strand being about 20 inches.
Earrings and Clasp measure 1 inch.
When I bought this I first thought it was sterling, it has such a great look!
Very good size and very wearable. Very Good Vintage condition, some slight wear to the back of the distinctive clasp. Please see photo.
This necklace is unsigned, but the distinctive clasp, the construction and design elements are Goldette.
There is a spot on the back that could have had a plaque attached. This necklace is very eye catching.
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