Flexible, gold links in the brickwork pattern are adorned with a pavé buckle in this 1940s bracelet by Dorsons. This elegant Retro Modern piece has a fold-over clasp. Gold-tone costume jewelry of the 1940s with intact finishes is really hard to find. This piece is well preserved because it is gold-filled. Please note that dark areas in the photos are reflections of the camera.
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.
Pale amethyst glass stones are prong-set in sterling silver in this late-1930s classic Art Deco bracelet. It closes with a hidden tongue-in-groove clasp. The stones are a lovely color. This bracelet looks elegant with any of my amethyst Art Deco necklaces — scroll down to see a selection.
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.
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.