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Diamanté 1950s Expansion Bracelet by Schreiber & Hiller

Diamanté 1950s Expansion Bracelet by Schreiber & Hiller


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Schreiber & Hiller


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"ESHA" in semi-circle with "DBP"; "SIMEX"; "US PAT-BREV.DEP"


1952 & 1954 German Trade Mark Journals

This expansion bracelet is unlike any you’ve ever seen! Four rows of rhodium-plated curved-top links set with diamanté stretch to allow you to put on the bracelet – it has no clasp. What’s amazing is that the mechanism for stretching the piece – a series of springs – is concealed. The last photo shows part of the British utility patent for this construction. This bracelet is the only piece in this group with the ‘SIMEX’ trademark. I can’t figure out how to tell you the size of this piece other than how it fits me. My wrist is 6 ¾”, and the bracelet fits me fine. It stretches to the diameter of the widest part of my hand – 8 ½” – that’s required to put it on. Scroll down to see complementary necklaces.

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