Faceted round, navette and pear-shaped glass stones in shades of emerald and citrine are interspersed with ruby cabochons and tiny faux pearls in this 1950s bracelet by Hattie Carnegie. The gold-tone setting closes with a hidden tongue-in-groove clasp with safety chain. The rich colors create a real statement piece that is also versatile to wear. Another great example from this fabulous designer. Please note that this bracelet was made for a slim wrist. Be sure to measure yours and note the bracelet’s dimensions (6 3/4″ length) before purchasing.
Clear round diamanté are channel set in vertical rows of three in this lovely Art Deco, vintage silver bracelet by Catamore. The sterling setting is engraved on the edges and well articulated. This bracelet closes with a hidden push-in clasp and safety chain. This piece is well-crafted and timeless. A similar piece by this maker was advertised in the November 15, 1946 issue of Vogue.
This sterling silver bracelet with floral basket links has a hidden tongue-in-groove clasp and safety chain. The intricate flowers have layers of petals, and the back clearly shows the detailed design and handcrafted workmanship Hobé is known for. You could wear this beautiful bracelet with any of my Hobé brooches with a floral motif – scroll down to see a selection.
Four faceted citrine-glass stones in decorative settings form the centrepiece of this well-made Art Deco bracelet by Wells. Sterling silver filigree links complete the piece. The detail on the front and back of this bracelet is extraordinary. The links that hold the panels together give it a bit of a Machine Age-feel and enhance the articulation of the piece. This bracelet closes with a tongue-in-grove clasp. Scroll down to see Art Deco necklaces and earrings in similar shades of citrine that look great with this bracelet.
This sterling silver and diamanté 1940s bracelet by Eisenberg features large oval and small round clear rhinestones, a hidden tongue-in-groove clasp and a safety chain. This substantial and well-articulated piece epitomizes the high-quality of its maker and the glamor of the period. Although some of the stones are yellowing a bit, this piece is still beautiful and very wearable. This bracelet was advertised in the May 15, 1947 issue of Vogue.