A lovely Vintage Celluloid Bangle is presented with a gorgeous molded floral motif! MAKE AN OFFER ON THIS ITEM!!
Circa 1930's, this vintage Celluloid Bangle measures 3/4 of an inch wide. the pronounced and delicately executed floral motif is comprised of an array of flowers including roses, mums, daisies, etc. and of course leaves on the gorgeous flowers! The color of this vintage Celluloid bangle is a deep ivory colored and truly shows off the exquisite floral motif. The inside diameter is the standard and comfortable 2 1/2 inches. BE SURE TO SEE ALL PHOTOS.
Celluloid was one of the first plastics to be widely used in making jewelry and its onset dates to about 1900. It was originally developed in the 1850s in England. Later, John Wesley Hyatt commercialized the use of celluloid. Vintage Celluloid was extremely popular during the Art Deco period - 1920-1935. Celluloid was also utilized for a variety of objects, including hair accessories, and it was often set with rhinestones or other stones.
This Vintage Celluloid Bangle is in perfect condition and is ready to be worn and enjoyed!
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