This lovely Art Deco era bracelet was made in the early 1900's and is marked on the back "Sterling, PAT. 32017, DIAMONBAR".. Diamonbar was the trademark of the Wachenheimer Brothers Company, one of the many American costume jewelry manufacturers who congregated around the Providence, RI area. Wachenheimer began making costume jewelry in 1907 along with many contemporaries about the same time and finally ceased operations in 1931.
This bracelet measures 7 inches in length and 1/2 inch wide. It consists of three rows of sparkling paste rhinestones and all are present and sparkling. The tongue slides into the box of the final link and the hinged buckle swings down to secure the clasp. In great vintage condition.
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