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Vintage Bracelets

Vintage bracelets from the Art Deco style of the 1920s-30s, Retro Modern pieces of the 1940s, and 1950s designs by imaginative makers in beautiful materials can be found here. An important accessory to 1920s fashion, when bare arms required adornment, bracelets in this decade were typically worn in multiples. The popular styles were one- , two- , and three-row flexible bracelets (what we now call line or tennis bracelets), filigree bracelets, and bangles. Bracelets got wider and more three-dimensional in the 1930s, as the Machine Age style took hold. In the 1940s, gold-tone snake chains, basket-weave links, and flexible spirals were popular styles. The 1950s produced tailored pieces as well as fabulous fakes. For more bracelets, see Sets & Parures.

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  • Miriam Haskell bracelet with gray & cream pearls & rondelles
    Back view of gray & cream pearl bangle
    $ 295

    Grey & Cream Baroque Pearl & Rondelle 1950s Miriam Haskell Bracelet

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    This Miriam Haskell bracelet has two-tones of baroque pearls and rondelle accents. The embellishments are wired onto a gold-tone hard-mesh-hinged bangle. It closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain. Pieces with these good looks and high quality never go out of style! Scroll down to see a long strand of grey pearls with onyx beads by the same maker.
    $ 295
    $ 295
  • Lapis bracelet with sugar-loaf stones and glass links
    Lapis & sterling Art Deco bracelet
    $ 325

    Lapis & Sterling 1920s Bracelet

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    This lapis bracelet features sugar-loaf stones (3/8" high) set in sterling silver that alternate with square glass links in a darker blue. The links and settings are sterling silver. This type of bracelet was called a slave bracelet when it was made in the late 1920s and 1930s. This piece, which closes with a spring-ring clasp, is from my personal collection. I’m reluctantly offering it for purchase. Scroll down to see some lapis Art Deco pieces that look lovely with this jewel.
    $ 325
    $ 325
  • Lapis stone bracelet w/marcasites in sterling
    Another view of German Art Deco bracelet
    $ 395

    Lapis, Marcasite & Sterling Bracelet

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    This lapis stone bracelet set in sterling with marcasite-embellished links is an elegant piece. The elongated hexagon-shaped stones may look more like sodalite than lapis lazuli, because they don’t have the brassy specks usually found in the latter. Whatever the case, the color is fabulous, and the workmanship is typical of the high-quality and unusual jewelry produced in Germany before World War II. This lovely piece closes with a concealed clasp with a safety catch. Scroll down to see complimentary blue Art Deco pieces.
    $ 395
    $ 395
  • Art Deco silver bracelet with marcasites
    Sterling silver & marcasite Art Deco buckle bracelet
    $ 1,495

    Marcasite & Sterling German 1930s Buckle Bracelet

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    This Art Deco silver bracelet with marcasites is extraordinary! With its classic buckle motif, this magnificent and hard-to-find piece has excellent articulation and loads of sparkle. This substantial bracelet is an outstanding example of 1930s German craftsmanship and a real knockout! This jewel was part of my personal collection, and I am reluctantly offering it to a new owner. Scroll down to see the perfect pair of crystal and marcasite earrings to quietly compliment this piece — or wear it alone to make an unforgettable statement.
    $ 1,495
    $ 1,495
  • 1920s onyx and silver bracelet
    Onyx and sterling link bracelet
    $ 195

    Onyx & Sterling Link Bracelet

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    This onyx and silver bracelet has seven faceted, oval glass stones prong-set and mounted on oval frames joined with links. The stones are 1/4″ high and have points in the center. The setting is sterling silver with a spring-ring clasp. This well-made Art Deco piece, which is longer than most of its era, is signed. However, I can’t determine the maker’s name. Scroll down to see several onyx pieces that complement this jewel.
    $ 195
    $ 195
  • Wachenheimer sterling, 3 row bracelet with onyx & diamanté
    Wachenheimer Brothers bracelet
    $ 325

    Onyx, Diamanté & Sterling 3-Row Bracelet by Wachenheimer Bros.

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    This Wachenheimer sterling, 3 row bracelet has a line of faceted, round onyx-glass stones on either side of a center row of diamanté. The bejeweled fold-over clasp, which joins the harp-shaped link at each end, was used by this maker in the early 1930s, when they were no longer using their Diamonbar trademark. This bracelet was made for a slim wrist. Please note the bracelet length (6 7/8") and check your wrist size before purchasing this piece. Scroll down to see a great selection of Art Deco pieces to wear with this lovely jewel.
    $ 325
    $ 325
  • Black onyx bracelet with diamanté accents in sterling
    Full view of bracelet
    $ 195

    Onyx, Diamanté & Sterling Bracelet by Fishel, Nessler

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    This black onyx bracelet with diamanté accents is an Art Deco classic. Each faceted, square-cut stone is set in its own sterling silver box. This early line bracelet (called a flexible bracelet in its day) has a concealed clasp with a safety catch. You can wear this piece alone or with two other vintage bracelets, as shown in the last photo. Scroll down to see a sterling bar pin in black and white by the same maker as well as other coordinating Art Deco pieces. Or wear this bracelet with more contemporary jewels.
    $ 195
    $ 195
  • $ 295

    Onyx, Diamanté & Sterling Bracelet by Wachenheimer Bros.

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    This quintessential Art Deco line bracelet was made by the renowned Wachenheimer Brothers (best known for their Diamonbar pieces). It has faceted, square-cut onyx-glass stones channel-set in sterling silver, with engraved edges and diamanté-studded clasps. This bracelet was made in two sections, with identical fold-over clasps in both places. The type of clasp dates this piece to the early 1930s, after the company stopped using their Diamonbar trademark and near the end of their production. This bracelet was made for a slim wrist, so please note the bracelet length (6 7/8") and check your wrist size before purchasing this piece. The last photo shows it along with two other line bracelets – scroll down to see their details as well as other onyx Art Deco jewels to wear with this lovely bracelet.
    $ 295
    $ 295
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    Marcasite and onyx bracelet
    German onyx, marcasite & sterling bracelet
    $ 395

    Onyx, Marcasite & Sterling German Bracelet

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    This 1930s marcasite and onyx bracelet from Germany features faceted, rectangular stones alternating with embellished sterling links. I have always found many German Art Deco pieces especially appealing because of their high-quality design and construction. Bracelets like this one are extremely versatile for both day and evening wear. This piece was one of the first German Art Deco jewels that joined my personal collection decades ago. I was thrilled when it was chosen to walk the runway at Toronto Fashion Week for Spring 2019. Scroll down to see the 1950s ear clips the designer (unexpectedly, but brilliantly!) selected for the model to wear with this jewel. You'll also see two pairs of complementary Art Deco pendant earrings.
    $ 395
    $ 395
  • 1950s sterling silver and pearl bracelet
    Vintage sterling and pearl bracelet
    $ 175

    Pearl & Sterling Leaf Link 1950s Bracelet

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    Each link of this dainty sterling silver and pearl bracelet features a faux pearl encircled by an etched leaf. Light and easy to wear, this pretty jewel closes with a concealed clasp. This piece never goes out of style! Wear it any time and any where. A perfect accessory for a bride or anyone who looks best in cool colors.
    $ 175
    $ 175
  • Vintage pearl bracelet with diamante by Eisenberg
    Eisenberg 1940s pearl, diamante & sterling bracelet
    $ 425

    Pearl Bracelet with Diamanté in Sterling by Eisenberg

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    This vintage pearl bracelet is substantial, well-made, and stunning. Each link has a large glass pearl sitting atop a ring of diamanté set in sterling silver. The design is similar to the maker’s Cornucopia brooch and earrings but on a larger scale. This late-1940s jewel, which closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain, is another statement piece. You can wear it with the Diamanté & Sterling Sunburst Earrings, also by Eisenberg, which are similar in design – scroll down to see them.
    $ 425
    $ 425
  • Crystal bead bracelet with pearls & diamante
    Diamante bracelet with dangling pearls & crystal beads
    $ 225

    Pearl, Diamanté & Crystal Bead Bracelet by Hattie Carnegie

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    This crystal bead bracelet is a fun piece! The faceted crystals and faux pearls dangle from the center structure of three rows of diamante set in gold-tone metal. This 1950s jewel closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain. Another delightful confection with lots of movement and sparkle from Hattie Carnegie. Scroll down to see one of her necklaces that looks great with this piece.
    $ 225
    $ 225
  • Pearl bangle bracelet w/diamanté & hematite & onyx beads
    Front of Miriam Haskell bangle
    $ 185

    Pearl, Hematite, Onyx & Diamanté Bangle by Miriam Haskell

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    This pearl bangle bracelet by Miriam Haskell has onyx- and hematite-glass beads, and diamanté, all hand-woven onto a silver-tone metal frame. The combination of grey, black and white makes this piece very versatile and easy-to-wear. Add pearl, onyx or diamond earrings, depending on the color you wish to emphasize. The shape of the bracelet is oval, which conforms well to the wrist. This piece closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain. Scroll down to see a two-tone pearl and rondelle bangle by the same maker.
    $ 185
    $ 185
  • Schiaparelli lava rock bracelet with shocking pink, pearls & diamante
    Lava rocks and AB stones dazzle in the light
    $ 275

    Pink Lava Rock Bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli

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    This Schiaparelli lava rock bracelet combines the designer’s signature stones with her signature color. The five pale-pink lava rocks are connected with Shocking Pink marquis-shaped glass stones, faux pearls, and round aurora borealis (AB) rhinestones. Two Shocking Pink stones adorn the concealed clasp. This 1950s bracelet, which is mounted in gold-tone metal, also has safety chain. Although some pearls show mild wear, this bracelet continues to dazzle. A classic Schiaparelli piece!
    $ 275
    $ 275
  • Pink tourmaline bracelet with alexandrite by Bogoff
    1950s Bogoff pink tourmaline & alexandrite bracelet
    $ 175

    Pink Tourmaline Bracelet with Alexandrite by Bogoff

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    This pink tourmaline bracelet has faceted pear-shaped-glass stones mounted in decorative rhodium-plated links with round alexandrite-glass accents. These smaller stones change color from blue to purple, depending on the light. Designed by Bogoff in the 1950s, this piece closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain. A rich color combination for those who look best in cool hues. Scroll down to see the matching necklace and earrings.
    $ 175
    $ 175
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    Vintage enamel bracelet in red & black on chrome
    Jakob Bengel bracelet in red & black enamel
    $ 325

    Red & Black Enamel Bracelet by Jakob Bengel

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    Red and black enamel decorate this chrome 1930s German Machine Age bracelet attributed to Jakob Bengel. The articulation is superb. This bracelet closes with a spring-ring clasp. Scroll down to see one of his brickwork necklaces and a pair of his earrings, both in the same color combination.
    $ 325
    $ 325
  • Emerald & ruby bead bracelet with leaves
    View of bracelet showing dangles
    $ 195

    Ruby Bead, Emerald Leaf & Brass Dangling Bracelet

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    This emerald and ruby bead bracelet has glass beads intertwined with green-pressed-glass leaves, all dangling from a brass-link chain. It closes with an old-style spring-ring clasp. The design reminds me of a popular Art Deco motif – bunches of grapes. This 1920s bracelet is probably European in origin. A fun piece!
    $ 195
    $ 195
  • Trifari bracelet with ruby & diamanté in gold-plated sterling
    Trifari Retro Modern bracelet
    $ 250

    Ruby, Diamanté & Vermeil Sterling 1940s Trifari Bracelet

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    This Trifari bracelet was made during WWII, when costume jewelry makers had to use sterling silver because base metals were limited to war-related manufacturing. This piece features pairs of facing scroll-shaped links adorned with diamanté. Each pair is separated by a pair of faceted, oval, prong-set ruby-glass stones. Simple flat gold links hold the elements together and end with a fold-over clasp. The red stones really complement the gold-washed setting. This lovely bracelet can be worn anytime, anywhere.
    $ 250
    $ 250
  • Hobé bracelet with dangling pearls & bi-color beads
    Hobé bracelet with dangling beads
    $ 275

    Ruby, Onyx, Pearl, Diamanté & Gold Dangling Hobé Bracelet

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    This Hobé bracelet has gold-tone links edged with prong-set diamanté. Alternating horizontal rows of pearls, and ruby and onyx bi-color glass beads dangle from this base. This lively bracelet closes with a concealed clasp. This piece is a fine example of 1950s glam from the second generation of the company’s designers. Note that this bracelet was made for a slim wrist. Be sure to measure yours and note the bracelet’s dimensions (6 3/4-inch length) before purchasing this statement piece.
    $ 275
    $ 275
  • Sapphire and diamante bracelet in tank track pattern
    Sapphire and diamante bracelet by Schreiber & Hiller
    $ 195

    Sapphire & Diamanté Bracelet by Schreiber & Hiller

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    This sapphire and diamanté bracelet was made in Germany in the 1930s. Of all of the tank-track bracelets in the group by this maker, this piece is the only one with two colors. The long, narrow links with engraved edges are trapezoid in shape when viewed from the side. This Art Deco bracelet closes with a concealed clasp and safety catch. Although some stones have aged, they don't appear cloudy in the way my camera depicts them. This piece still shines! Scroll down to see a matching brooch.
    $ 195
    $ 195
  • Sterling silver filigree bracelet with sapphire & diamanté
    Granbery Art Deco sterling filigree bracelet
    $ 245

    Sapphire, Diamanté & Sterling Filigree Art Deco Bracelet by Granbery

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    This sterling silver filigree bracelet by Granbery is a fine example of a style that was very popular in the 1920s. With its sapphire-glass baguettes and diamanté accents, this piece has the same construction and appearance as its fine jewelry counterpart. The excellent articulation and clasp with safety catch are the hallmarks of high-quality. Although one of the baguettes has a small surface chip, my expert jeweler has confirmed that the stone is firmly set. The bracelet looks perfect when worn. Granbery advertised their flexible bracelets in the June 1925 issue of The Keystone, a jewelry trade publication. Scroll down to see a selection of sapphire Art Deco necklaces and earrings to wear with this lovely piece.
    $ 245
    $ 245
  • Vintage bangle bracelet in sapphire & diamanté
    Art Deco sterling bangle
    $ 295

    Sapphire, Diamanté & Sterling Vintage Bangle Bracelet

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    This vintage bangle bracelet is one of the first pieces I bought for myself when I started collecting only Art Deco jewels. It features three square sapphire glass stones alternating with three diamanté, all channel-set in sterling silver. This bracelet closes with a concealed clasp and safety chain. This narrow bracelet can be worn on its own or paired with others from the era. This piece is as versatile as they come and as chic today as it was when it was made in the 1920s. Scroll down to see several lovely coordinating pieces.
    $ 295
    $ 295
  • Silver leaf bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli
    1950s silver leaf bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli
    $ 295

    Silver Leaf Bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli

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    This silver leaf bracelet by Elsa Schiaparelli is a true statement piece, at 1 3/4" wide. Each of the five panels has a trio of layered and textured leaves. Here she uses one of her favorite motifs to create a type of jewelry she favored – an unusual and bold bracelet. This piece has a fold-over clasp and safety chain. If you like this design, scroll down to see a brooch and earrings set by the same maker but with a different finish.
    $ 295
    $ 295
  • Vintage German jewelry by WMF
    Front of Ikora silver-plated bracelet
    $ 195

    Silver Link 1930s Ikora Bracelet by WMF

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    An unusual example of vintage German jewelry, this silver link Machine Age bracelet was made by Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik (WMF). This German company is best known for its Art Nouveau and Art Deco silver-plated tableware. This silver-plated link bracelet from the Ikora line closes with a concealed clasp. The warm patina is the result of the oxidation process the jewelry department used in its manufacturing. This wonderful bracelet is attractive, yet neutral enough to be worn with a variety of attire for a range of day and evening activities. Scroll down to see some Machine Age necklaces to wear with this piece.
    $ 195
    $ 195