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    Lord and lady elgin stone pearl necklace? Please help

    I cant find anything about this at all if someone could tell me what it is i would be so happy.
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    I'm sorry but I don't see pearls here, based on the materials used it looks to be costume jewelry to me.
    What I think you have here is a necklace that has been put into a watch case for safe keeping.

    "The Elgin National Watch Company, commonly known as Elgin Watch Company, was a major US watch maker from 1864 to 1968. The company sold watches under the names Elgin, Lord Elgin & Lady Elgin. For nearly 100 years the company's manufacturing complex in Elgin, Illinois, was the largest site dedicated to watchmaking in the world. The company was first incorporated in August 1864 as the National Watch Company, in Chicago, Illinois, by Philo Carpenter, Howard Z. Culver, Benjamin W. Raymond, George M. Wheeler, Thomas S. Dickerson and W. Robbins. In September of the same year the founders visited the Waltham Watch Company in Waltham, Massachusetts, and successfully convinced seven of Waltham's watchmakers to come to work for their new company."

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    Beads look like onyx. Gary
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    any markings on the clasp?
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    Zero markings, i could of missed it possibly but i am fairly thourough and i use a jewelers loop to check.
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    Didn't Elgin offer a man and woman's watch set at one time called the Lord & Lady ? That could explain the box.
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    I agree with them but you could take it to a jeweler its a much better ID having it in hand.
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    Found the watch that went in there thank you all

 

 

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