Selro 1960s Turquoise Plastic Noh Okina Mask Necklace and Earrings Set

This remarkable and striking jewellery set was created by the American Selro company in the 1960s. It's a rare design and colourway from these collectible costume jewellery creators.

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The Details...

This lovely parure comprises of a necklace and earrings. The pieces are constructed from silver tone metal. They are each detailed with thermoset turquoise plastic Noh Okina masks, round and oval shaped, black plastic cabochons and round, facted pink rhinestones. The earrings are clip on. They feature the 'SELRO CORP' stamp with a copyright symbol on the reverse of each mask and earring. The earrings measure 3.5cm x 3cm. The necklace is a bolo design - the large mask can move up and down the length of the necklace chain. The chain is a herringbone design and the necklace fastens with a fold over clasp. The 'SELRO CORP' stamp with a copyright symbol is marked on the reverse of each mask and the largest of the silver pendants. At full length, the necklace measures 56cm. 

A Short History...

Noh is a form of Japanese dance, drama and music performance that incorporates masks. The mask of a wise old man is used in used in a form of Noh called an 'Okina' and the Selro company selected this fascinating and charming mask for incorporation into its jewellery designs. 

Wear it With...

This jewellery set is undoubtedly cool and striking - wear these pieces with a floral print to add depth to the colours and even more interest and detail. 

  • Colour Pink, Turquoise, Black, Silver
  • Era 1960s
  • Occasion Wedding Guest, The Festive Season, Cocktail and Evening
  • Trend World Voyage, Mid-Century Chic