The House of DeLillo produced only the finest in quality and design. The jewelry was made to order for specific customers, many well known in theatrical and political circles. Robert Clark, chief designer for Miriam Haskell, left there to join forces with DeLillo in the late 1960's. This beautiful necklace was part of the DeLillo/Clark personal collection from which we purchased it. It's two level fringe is gold plated and presents an intricate design along with the pearls. It has a flower clasp and an oval DeLillo tag. This particular necklace was created by Robert Clark for the House of DeLillo in 1967. It is 13 3/4" long with a 2 1/2" extension. The bottom fringe is 3" long, top fringe 1 1/2" long.