I have never seen the likes of this before, and I may never will again: a delightfully romantic clamper bracelet, in goldtone, formed of die-stamped flowers and leaves mounted on a bent wire frame. It's unusually made for a clamper - only one side is hinged, but that is enough to get it on your wrist. The front of the bracelet is 1.75" wide; inside diameter are 2.25" x 1.75". As you can see in the photos, some of the enamel is missing on the high spots of the flower petals, while the leaves are in very good condition. It's a bit "shabby chic," but the look suits this marvelous old piece. There is a bit of green in a small place in the inside, but I do not think it is corrosion - it may be a bit of enamel.
This bracelet is part of a set - see item B20075, Enameled 1930s Pendant Necklace - Pink Flowers and Green Leaves.