The bracelet measures 7 inches long and is 1 inch wide at the widest point. A gorgeous old vintage gem 1940s or perhaps even earlier!
This bracelet looks great with my Long Loop Dangle Earrings!
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The company Kramer Jewelry Creations, Inc. was formed in 1943, in New York. It was a family-run business, with Louis, Morris and Harry Kramer. Louis was the actual founder and driving force and Louis was also the main designer of this jewelry line, although Morris also did some design work too. The Kramer company ceased operation in the 1979-1980 time frame.
Jewelry Marks Used by Kramer:
The most common mark is the name KRAMER in upper-case letters; this mark was the original one that first appeared in 1943, and continued through the years.
"Kramer Sterling" was naturally used on the sterling silver pieces. Exact start date for this maker is unknown, but it's quite collectable.
"Christian Dior by Kramer" was a mark used mainly in the 1950's and 1960's, but the exact starting year is a little unclear. Jewelry signed with this mark makes it a bit more collectable than just the regular Kramer mark, with correspondingly higher prices.
"Kramer of New York" is another mark used, appearing in an raised oval. A mark "Kramer of New York City" is also sometimes seen. Neither of these marks seems to be more collectable than the other.
"Amourelle" is the rarest of the Kramer marks, and it first appeared in 1963. Quite naturally, it's sought after and priced higher.
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