What a charming vintage bracelet! Each link features a heart-shaped thermoplastic piece and an alternating row of white enameled flowers. The flower in the center of the row is set with a pink rhinestone and the other flowers have silvertone bead centers. Great detail!
The bracelet is signed "B.S.K. with the copyright symbol in two places; on the back of one of the heart links and also on the foldover clasp.
BSK jewelry was of good quality, modestly priced and was made between 1940 and 1950 in New York City. The company was named after the three owners: Mr.'s Steinberg, Slovitt and Kaslo or Kashe (we have seen both names referenced).
This pretty bracelet measures approximately 7" in length and 1" in width. It is in very good condition with slight wear to some of the enameling on the flowers in a few places. This is difficult to see unless examined up close.
A wonderful piece for your wardrobe, especially nice for your Valentine!