This signed LEDO rhinestone bracelet is a head-turner in every way. It's fiercely brilliant, set with clear French cut and baguette crystal rhinestones.
It's 7 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide...end to end glamour, the likes of which is classic Art Deco era Hollywood.
The rhinestones are hand set in rhodium plated silver-tone metal. The design is so meticulous that even the connectors and the top of the foldover clasp are covered in rhinestones.
Back is signed with the LEDO hallmark, circa 1940s. The old safety chain is gone and can be replaced. The stones are white and clear with no yellowed or darkened stones. Bracelet is in excellent vintage condition with all stones intact.
About LEDO - Ralph Polcini was a master goldsmith who immigrated to the United States from Italy, establishing his first costume jewelry company in 1911. Originally called Leading Jewelry, the company changed its name to Ledo. Upon the death of Ralph Polcini, his son renamed the company Polcini in the 1960s. The company produced rhinestone jewelry in Art Deco designs. It was high quality in every way...from design to materials used. The company went out of business in 1980. Ledo jewelry is hard to find because it was more expensive and sold in upscale stores. Collectors now appreciate the high quality and glamour of Ledo jewelry.
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