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08/15/2018 04:20 PM
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(2) NOLAN MILLER DESIGNER JEWELRY NECKLACE/PENDANT PLUS PIN

Age: 2002

Size: Pin is 2 1/2 x 1 1/2
Necklace is 17 3/4 long

Rating: 9

Comments: Two pieces from the collection of celebrated jewelry designer, Nolan Miller. First is a gold tone pin in the form of a flower which has deep coral enameled petals and a center of prong set clear faceted stones or crystals. There are many pave set round stones in the leaves and stem. Also, a gold tone snake chain with a lobster clasp which presents a linked pendant of three lilac colored round faceted stones. Each is set with a cross band of nine small round crystals and crystals adorning the bale as well. Both pieces have original paperwork and are signed by Nolan Miller.

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