This is a 1933 Chicago World's Fair bracelet cuff in silver plate. The bracelet is printed with the words 1933 A Century of Progress Chicago. A Century of Progress International Exposition was the name of the World's Fair held in Chicago from 1933 to 1934 to celebrate the city's centennial. The theme of the fair was technological innovation. This bracelet showcases the Chicago skyline and riverfront scene. The bracelet is otherwise unmarked. The metal tests as silver plate.
The bracelet cuff is 1" wide. It currently has an inside circumference of about 6.5", including the .5" opening gap. Diameters are 2" x 2.25". It is flexible enough to adjust larger if needed.
Condition is good.
This is an excellent piece that commemorates the important Chicago World's Fair, and a wonderful display of Chicago city scenery of that time.
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