An Egyptian Revival snake clamper bracelet. This item is quite the piece having a textured gold tone metal that forms two inter-twined snakes. The snakes have a textured gold tone metal which makes up the scales and two green rhinestones for the eyes. The snakes coil around one another and each head comes out of the top center in opposite directions. The upper and lower parts of the bracelet attach at a hinge equipped with a clamper that shuts the two ends snugly around the wrist. The bracelet has no damage whatsoever and measures 8" in circumference with the inner opening being 2" long by 2 3/8" wide when clamped shut around the wrist. This item was made in the 1960s and is a powerful symbol of the Egyptian Revival costume jewelry movement.