A raised fixed buckle adorned with a unique assortment of diamanté shapes is surrounded by baguettes in this late-1940s rhodium-plated variation of a line bracelet by Mazer Bros. It has a jeweled fold-over clasp and safety chain. The matching necklace is also available — scroll down to see it.
A raised fixed buckle adorned with a unique assortment of diamanté shapes is surrounded by baguettes in this late-1940s rhodium-plated choker by Mazer Bros. It has a jeweled fold-over clasp. This necklace was difficult to photograph because it contours to the neck and, therefore, does not lay flat. This piece was made for a slim neck.Please note the necklace length (14 1/2") and measure your neck before purchasing. The matching bracelet is also available -- scroll down to see it.
This 1950s milk-glass-beaded triple-row wrap bracelet has round faux-mother-of-pearl plagues on each end decorated with brass filigree and flowers of tiny milk glass beads and diamanté. This lovely wire bracelet is probably from Japan, which produced a lot of very nice costume jewelry for export to the U.S. in the 1950s. This bracelet coordinates well with other milk-glass pieces from the same decade — scroll down to see them.
These square-cut aquamarine glass stones are channel set in rhodium-plated sterling silver links with engraved edges, forming an excellent example of an Art Deco line bracelet of the 1920s-1930s. Usually worn in multiples, these bracelets were the forerunners of today's tennis bracelets but were called flexible bracelets in their era. This one has substantial weight and width, as well as excellent construction and articulation. The hidden tongue-in-groove clasp has a safety catch. This bracelet is signed, but I cannot identify the maker. You can wear this lovely piece with an early Miriam Haskell brooch with aquamarine beads -- scroll down to see it.
Large glass pearls rise from circles of diamanté set in sterling silver in this gorgeous late-1940s Eisenberg bracelet. The design is similar to the maker's Cornucopia brooch and earrings but on a larger scale. The substantial weight and quality make this bracelet another statement piece! You can wear it with my Diamanté & Sterling Sunburst Post-war Earrings, also by Eisenberg, which are similar in design. Scroll down to see them.
This diamanté and sterling silver Art Deco line bracelet by Dorsons takes the line bracelet design one step further. Square-cut diamanté channel-set in rhodium-plated sterling silver are enhanced with two squares of baguettes. This well-made bracelet with excellent articulation has a hidden tongue-in-groove clasp. Pieces with all clear rhinestones are really hard to photograph, and this one is no exception. All stones are clear and bright, and the overall effect is much brighter than my photos.