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A really cute piece, this bracelet features red plastic "stones" set in an open back style setting of brass. During WWII there was a ban put on some supplies and it was quite common for jewelry that was once made out of superior metals, glass, and other materials to be made in plastics. Most of the pieces I have owned similar to this have been made of glass or semi-precious stones and sterling silver or gold filled, but once in a while a charming piece like this comes along that reminds us of our history and how our lives changed even right down to the jewelry we wore.

Dimensions: Measures 7" in length. The plastic stones have a diameter of about 1/2"

Condition: This is in excellent vintage condition. The stones have very few scratches and the setting is near perfect.

ca. 1940

Art Deco Bracelet 1930s Red Stones

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