Jackie Kennedy JBK Triple Strand Pearl Necklace with Blue Clasp by Camrose Kross for Anniversary Gift or June Birthday Gift for Her - 497b


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This three-strand pearl necklace is a replica of one worn by former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Jacqueline had many pearl necklaces, but the triple-strand set is the one she wore the most. The necklace has ivory cream-color Czech glass hand-painted pearls strung on silken cords and is hand-knotted. The clasp has a simulated sapphire stone in the center and is surrounded by simulated diamonds. It is perfect for work, church or a special occasion, especially a wedding. And it would make a wonderful gift for someone for a birthday or an anniversary. It comes in a special presentation box with a Certificate of Authenticity. Don't miss this opportunity to get this beautiful signed necklace today. Buy it now.

Inner Strand of Necklace is 17"
Outer Strand of Necklace is 19"

NOTE: Pearls are the birthstone for June

In Stephen Spignasi's book entitled JFK, Jr., the author details that after Jackie's death, the famous three-strand necklace was auctioned off at Sotherby’s. The lot number was 454 and the simulated pearl necklace 19-inch triple strand, 139 9-9.5 millimeter simulated pearls – one of the most sought after pieces at the auction value $500-$700. The necklace is famous for JKF Jr (aka John-John) tugging on the necklace while Jackie held him in her arms. Sotheby's sold this faux pearl necklace (estimate at auction was $500-$700) for $211,500! The buyer was the Franklin Mint. The Franklin Mint retains this necklace on display even today. The idea of an auction was Jackie's. During her lifetime, most likely after her diagnosis with cancer (she left us on May 20, 1994, at age 64 and died from a form of cancer of the lymphatic system) she decided she wanted an auction for the express purpose of keeping her "big houses." The auction at Sotheby's in 1996 included 1,195 lots and brought in $34.46 million or on average $28,838 per lot. (Source: 1997 Spignesi, JFK, Jr., New York: Citadel Carrol Publishing Group)

Czechoslovakia glass pearls have existed for over a thousand years. The Czech crystal makers it is said first received attention for their work in the Middle Ages for their high creativity and craftsmanship of crystals. The glass making techniques later extended to replicating pearls better than Mother Nature. Faux Czechoslovakia pearls were preferred by the well-to-do because of their luster and consistent sizing and coloration. According to Kennedy historian, Philip Katz, all of Jackie Kennedy's pearls were faux. Today the Czech glass making is manufactured under the labels of Bohemia Crystal and Bohemia Glass in the Republic of Czechoslovakia. The Czech glass pearls remain the finest in the world and even today the faux creations are preferred over natural pearls.

For over a ten-year period, Camrose & Kross painstakingly created replicas of many of Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy’s personal pieces of jewelry. However, these pieces are no longer manufactured and the molds have been destroyed. Pieces from The Jacqueline Kennedy Collection are becoming more and more scarce and, therefore, HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE. The replicas are all identified by a "JBK" signature stamp. (JBK stands for Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.)

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