Flash this bracelet on your wrist and see the onlookers' eyes pop with envy. The design takes advantage of a multitude of shapes and sizes of the riveted cut steel studs. As is the case of recently listed cut steel items, we are pleased to offer the best quality and condition for your admiration.
Cut steel jewelry played an important role as secondary jewelry because it was considerbly less expensive than other gems, especially diamonds. Its popularity was evident in the late 1700s to early 1800s. If you look at necklaces and bracelets, we can appreciate all the time and detail that was devoted to the manufacture of this example of cut-steel jewelry.
We are always on the lookout for quality pieces that are easy to wear and are totally without signs of rust. There are other examples of quality pieces on this site. As is the case of other recently listed cut steel items, we are pleased to offer the best quality and condition for your admiration.
The bracelet weighs 29.7 grams and measures 7 1/2 inches in length. It is 1 1/4 inch at the widest element and 3/4 inch wide for the six additional elements. The closure works perfectly.