Sometimes you want to wear something that's really unique, funky and fun. This bracelet will certainly fill the bill!
Five pointed ovals are joined by silver tone rings. Each oval has a single silver tone charm affixed to the curved surface - a small hut under a tree, a man shaking maracas, a woman dancing, and man playing a bongo drum and palm trees. The celluloid has a faux tortoise pattern and the overall feeling is tropical, either the Caribbean or the South Pacific.
The information I've found indicates that these types of bracelets were possibly made in the 1930s and 1940s.
The bracelet is 6-1/4" long by 2-1/4" wide. It will fit a small to average wrist. The closure is a very simple hook and loop. Two of the tips at the top of the bracelet are flat, indicating the points are chipped off.