I have to admit, this necklace and earring set has been sitting on my desk for 4 months. I want to keep it!!! It is gorgeous. It lays perfectly on the neck creating an elegant, edgy detail, right on the collarbone. Super “Wowfactor”. But, as Darrell says, “You cant keep everything, Kimber” so alas, here it is. I hope someone really nice buys it!! It is vintage Mexican Silver. If I had to guess, and I do, I would say it was handmade in the 1940’s or so. It is one of those pieces that looks and feels “special”. The necklace is made of 9 individual silver dome designs, (1″ tall by .5″ wide) held together and evenly spaced on a handmade silver chain. The center piece (1.5″ tall by 1.5″ wide) is heavier than the side pieces, causing the necklace to hang just right. The necklace has a nice weight to it. It looks and feels expensive. Necklace measures 17″ in length. The earrings are marked with the word Sterling 925, Mexico, MSS. The earrings are very well made with a silver ball, 2″in diameter, that hang 1.5″ long, held by a 6 prong claw, with a screw back. Darrell purchased this set from an estate sale in Beverly Hills, California.