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This is a fantastic Miriam Haskell beaded wire wrap bracelet from the 1950s. This bracelet is particularly nice because of its monotone white palette which is quite unusual. The all white design gives the bracelet a very chic mod look, rather futuristic.

The complex design of this bracelet is uniquely Miriam Haskell. The piece consists of hundreds of shiny white dumbbell shaped beads of varying sizes set between small white doughnut shaped beads on copper wires. These beads are arranged in twisting strands. Set between these strands are sixteen connecting strands that vaguely resemble strands of DNA. The ends of the wrap bracelet are hinged with copper wire loops that allow the ends to fold over slightly as to better rest on top of each other to secure the bracelet to the wrist, a clever design feature.

This bracelet features the signature oval hang tag signed "Miriam Haskell".

NOTE: Black dress not included.


Circa: 1950s
Brand Name: Miriam Haskell
Color: White, Copper
Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition (Normal Wear Commensurate With Age)


One Size Fits All
Width of Bracelet: 1.75" / 4.5cm

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Miriam Haskell Bracelet, White Mod Beaded Wire Wrap, Signed, Rare, 1950s


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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: lucite, glass, copper, wire
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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