This is a beautiful circa 1930s - 1940s sterling silver vermeil filigree bracelet with black enamel accents, in the form of 7 daffodil flower blossoms. Each flower is facing frontally with an upraised center corona. In between the daffodils are pairs of links with smaller flowers. There are no legible markings, though there appears to be some sort of mark on the base link of the clasp. The metal tests positive for silver content of sterling grade with a substantial gold vermeil wash overall.
This bracelet weighs 22.1 gr. It measures 7.5" wearable length and is .875" wide.
Condition is good.
You can't beat the craftsmanship on this bracelet. I can't imagine how long it took to make each filigree flower.
Item ID: M14feb314
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