Such a fun and unusual bracelet! This item dates to the 1960s, and sports some rarely used rhinestones. The main stones are diamond or harlequin shaped, prong set, and cabochon or buff topped. The name of the rhinestone color is black diamond, and it is basically a clear gray color. Thanks to the mirror like foil on the back the rhinestones take on a very interesting light play. Woven between the black diamond stones are a couple of criss-crossing rows of clear round stones with an Aurora Borealis finish. Thanks to the use of the a/b stones and the flashes of yellow, pink, blue, and green they bring, this bracelet can be worn with outfits in a wide range of colors. All of the stones are prong set, and the setting is gold tone. The clasp is a fold over type. The bracelet measures about 7.5" long and a touch over 1" wide. This piece is in very good condition.
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