A unique piece of vintage bakelite jewelry from the 1930s. This piece is a butterscotch mahjong tile bracelet made out of bakelite with black glass spacer beads. The bracelet is made up of black elastic strings that hold the tiles in place. Each tile is made of butterscotch bakelite that has a number and oriental writing or symbols that coincide with the number on the tile. There are seven tiles with the numbers 4, 5, 7, 8, and 9 as well as the letter "W" and a joker symbol almost as if the tiles are representing playing cards. Each tile is separated from the next by two black glass spacer beads and they each measure 1" long by 3/4" wide and 1/2" thick. The bracelet is 6" in total length and is one that everybody will love. It is also featured in Lyngerda Kelly and Nancy Schiffer's (1987) book entitled "Plastic Jewelry". The bracelet has been 409 tested and proves to be a true bakelite treasure.