A 1930s centerpiece by Max Neiger makes a statement in this reimagined necklace completed in the 1950s or 60s as a one-off piece made for the runway! The centerpiece by Max Neiger was made in Czechoslovakia with the finest glass amber cabochon and white and yellow enameling that adds just the right touch. Designers in the late mid-century perfectly complimented the centerpiece with five strands of matching beads that seamlessly complete this one-of-a-kind beauty. The necklace features a hook style clasp that can hook securely onto the corresponding chain in any of its rings, allowing the necklace to be worn anywhere between 13 and 15 1/2 inches long, fitting most necks as a choker. The centerpiece measures 2 inches by 1 3/4 inches.