Very good (mild wear to the back; some wear to pearls)
"Schiaparelli" in script on oval cartouche
This 1950s Schiaparelli bracelet features five of her famous lava rock stones in pale pink, along with marquis-shaped glass stones in her signature color, Shocking pink. Faux pearls and AB rhinestones complete the ornamentation. This bracelet, which is mounted in gold-tone metal, closes with a tongue-in-groove clasp and safety chain.
Panels of flowers and leaves joined with decorative links, all in sterling silver, form this 1940s bracelet. As in all of Hobé's work in this era, this piece was hand-made. It closes with a hidden tongue-in-groove clasp. This bracelet is longer than most from this period. You could wear this beautiful piece 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.
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.
Diamanté set in two rows of sterling silver decorative links form this delicate and versatile 1920s Art Deco bracelet. It closes with a tongue-in-groove clasp with safety chain. Please note that the photos suggest a slight yellowing of stones, which is not visible to the naked eye.