The original version of this incredible bracelet can be found in Kenneth Jay Lane's book Faking It. It is described as Mogul style. This is a later remake done in white enamel with orange and green pear shaped cabochons and gold tone rope edging detail. The green cabs are translucent and unfoiled, so the light makes them glow. The original had gold plating, this may also, since it remains so bright and shiny.
It is signed ©KJL and according to the seller, was purchased in Dallas in the late 1980's or early 1990's. She assured me it was NOT a QVC item.
This is a heavy and extremely well made bracelet. The enamel and cabs are in excellent , near mint condition. It closes with a hidden snap closure.
The inside circumference is 7 inches. It is 3/4 inch wide.
A real find for the KJL collector!
An eclectic mix, from Victorian to Mexican silver to rhinestones. You can never have enough jewelry!
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