During the 1950's, copper jewelry became very popular. And among the most well-known companies, is Matisse Renior. Renior Matisse is actually the combination of two companies established by Jerry Fels in 1946 and 1952 respectively. Their modernist designs were influenced by the Arts and Crafts era, when copper was a favorite material.
This cuff bracelet makes a bold statement in copper and is a classic example of Mid-Century modern. Six white enamel tiles alternative with six pink and white tiles to form the design. Each tile is fastened to the copper mesh bracelet with a single copper staple.
The bracelet is in very good condition with some slight wear and corrosion from age. It measures 1-3/4" wide by 6-3/4" in circumference. The gap is 1-1/4"
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