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Delroy | Lemon Lime Crystal Bead Triple Strand Necklace
. . . . Shimmering!


This is a name you don't see much but don't let that fool you, this triple strand crystal bead necklace is a quality piece. It was so difficult capture the real beauty of this necklace. I have only had two of these come across my desk—both were new, in their original presentation boxes and with the shiny blue tag still attached which reads "ⒸDelroy" on one side, and "Blue Ribbon Quality" on the other. The beads are super clean and have apparently remained in the box for all these years. The outer box, which contains the gift box, still has the sales tag that reads "Lemon Lime", which has to be the color of the beads because it suits them perfectly. The cut crystal beads are very pretty and this is a weighty piece especially considering the size of the beads. Their color is what I would call light amber rather than lemon and a very light lime color. They have tons of sparkle and all crystal beads have a light AB finish. The adjustable chain and hook clasp are gold tone. The adjustable chain is decorated with the light amber beads; with one larger bead at the end and the triple strand crystal bead ends are met with a rhinestone studded multistrand necklace cap. ID-764

The necklace is approximately 17" long (measuring from end of hook to end of adjustable chain) The crystal beads range from 12mm to 6mm in size..



Delroy Jewelry History —

I wish I had more information on this designer, but that was hard to come by. From the information I can find Delroy was the second name used by its owner and then they changed names once again before closing its doors for good. The mark Delroy began (best that I can estimate) sometime in the 1960's. I can't find a definitive termination date, or year, for that brand name.

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