This cute sterling charm bracelet has seven charms. The sterling (tested) curb link bracelet is 8" in length and has a pull apart type clasp. The bracelet is approximately 5.3mm in diameter. The first charm is a Philippines 10 centavos dated 1944. Made of 75% silver, the United States actually made these in the Denver mint to replace the Japanese coins used during the occupation. Second charm is a violin and bow (tests sterling) and then an old fashioned block ice tongs (sterling). The fourth charm is an old fashioned rotary dial telephone (not silver, maybe pewter). The next charm is what appears to be an old fashioned jack of some sort . This is a movable piece going up and down. A clothes iron (tests sterling) is next and then the scissors that open up. The scissors are marked Mexico and sterling on the inside of the blade. The scissors is the only one marked sterling. Total weight is 20.6 grams. My two favorite are the ice tongs and the scissors as they both open and close!!
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