The focal point of this 1950s vintage bracelet are the stones in oval and round with an iridescent look about them sometimes called "oil slick" by collectors. There are also oval foiled glass "cat's eye" cabochons with blue and aurora borealis rhinestone accents in varied shapes. Lots going on here and it all comes together for a smashing look. Marked "Kramer" on the back. Measures 7 1/4" long and a little over 1" wide. The setting is oxidized silver-tone made to look antique in style. Overall condition is excellent with only a couple of pin dot spots of wear to the iridescent cabochons consistent with this type of vintage jewelry. This piece appears in “Warman’s Costume Jewelry” by Pamela Y. Wiggins (Krause, 2014) on p. 158.
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