This Castlecliff bracelet and earrings set dates to the mid to late 1950's. It features a textured gold-toned bracelet which is set with different amber colored open backed round and oval glass stones. It is hinged on one side with a clamper-style closure. It measures approximately 2" inside across by 7/8" high/wide outside. It has an inner circumference of 6 7/8". The elongated styling of the bracelet, prevents it from turning on one's wrist. On the inside of the bracelet, it is signed ©Castlecliff.
The earrings are textured gold-tone ovals which are set with the same amber colored, open-backed glass stones as the bracelet. They have clip backs which are signed `Castlecliff' and measure 1" high by 7/8" wide. The clips are strong.
The set is in excellent vintage condition. There is no wear to the gold-tone and all stones are present and sparkly. Please use the zoom feature to review all photographs carefully, as they are an important part of the description.
'Castlecliff was founded in 1918 by Clifford Furst and Joseph Bobley. The chief designer was William Markle. Castlecliff manufactured jewelry that was sold in the finest stores. Production ended in 1977.' - Joanne Dubbs Ball, 'The Golden Age of Design'.
Item ID: RL323
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