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Schiaparelli Bracelet, Signed and Rare

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This is the most magnificent Schiaparelli watermelon rhinestone bracelet that we have ever seen. This bracelet is rare and highly collectible.

Elsa Schiaparelli was a greatly respected and admired designer who was known for sophisticated, often wildly eccentric pieces that garnered her a huge following. She collaborated with great artists such as Salvador Dalí, Cocteau and the great jewelry designer Jean Schlumberger.

These watermelon rhinestones are particularly good, with their backs perfectly gold and unblemished as seen in the provided photograph. Normally, with Schiaparelli bracelets like these, the watermelon rhinestones are all the same size and shape, but in this bracelet the stones alternate between very large oval and large round stones, which give the bracelet a wonderful dynamic look.

The gold tone settings that link to form this bracelet are not the more common rope pattern, but instead more regal and crown-like, domed as if presenting each stone on a golden caged pillow.

The bracelet features a locking safety clasp signed "Schiaparelli" and a safety chain.


Circa: Late 1940s to 1950s
Brand Name: Schiaparelli
Color: Gold, Watermelon
Condition: Excellent to Near Mint Vintage Condition


Length: 7.5"/19cm
Width 1"/2.5cm
Height: .5"/1/5cm

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Schiaparelli Bracelet, Signed and Rare


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: rhinestones, gold tone metal
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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