This is one of the nicest Deco style bracelets I've seen. Bright silver-tone plating has a row of clear chatons running down both sides with a row of larger square-cut clear rhinestones in the middle in a slightly raised setting.
The bracelet has a 6-1/2" inside circumference and measures 2-5/16" across the oval opening. It is 1/2" wide and has a push-in clasp and safety chain.
The bracelet is impressed "ORA" in small block letters.
It is in overall excellent vintage condition with all rhinestones sparkling, with minimal wear to the plating and the push-in clasp working correctly and is much more sparkling in person.
ORA was in business from 1921 and is still in business to this day. The Ralph Singer web site, the successor company to ORA, reveals that they started using the ORA mark in the 1940's. On their web site they say, "we continue to cast our jewelry from the original molds dating back to 1921" -- which makes it hard to identify a date or even an era for this bracelet. It does look like it has some "age" to it.
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