Like the HAR Dragon and Cobra bracelets, this HAR Dragon's Tooth bracelet features large flashy glass stones with AB (aurora borealis) coating. Jewelry pieces from the HAR manufacturer are few and far between. Very little information about the company remains, and it is believed to have existed during the late 1950s to early 1960s.
I've photographed the stones in different lights (sunlight and lamplight) and from different angles, to try to give some idea of the range of colors that flash from this amazing bracelet. The large navette stones appear to be transparent amber-colored glass under the AB coating, which gives them depth. The white irregular stones appear to be plastic. All the smaller rhinestones are clear with AB coating.
The gold-colored metal settings have the same sea-green enamel paint used on the famous HAR Dragon jewelry.
Terrific condition for its age. Often the plating will be completely worn away at the hinge on these vintage costume bracelets, but this one shows almost no wear at all. Primo condition!
The AB coating on the stones has some scratches (which I purposely tried to photograph), but nothing conspicuous when worn. They only show from certain angles, and most times you'll be squee-ing with joy at the overall effect rather than searching for those few scratches.
The bracelet fits my 7-inch wrist comfortably because of the flexibility of the hinge, so it would certainly fit smaller wrists and may be okay for a bit larger wrist, depending on your tolerance for a small gap between the two ends. The hinge is tight and works well; it won't be falling off your wrist.
There isn't room for all the photos I took of the amazing bracelet, so please let me send you the others if you're interested.
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