Here for your consideration is this wonderful World War II era charm bracelet with amazing Japanese figural pieces and Kanji Japanese writing charms. This bracelet’s large size charms are of a high quality having intricate design and craftsmanship depicting fine detail down to the smallest piece. The Koi fish is designed so that it actually moves like a live fish with amazing detail where the fish has scales. The Torii Gate is beautiful even showing Japanese writing welcoming you on the top of the gate. The Pagoda Temple details the windows and even the appearance of roof tiles. There are also Kanji Symbols one for Long Life and the other symbol for Happiness Charm. The charms are attached to a simple chain bracelet with a C clasp. The charms could be re-purposed and be uses as a beautiful necklace pendant. I understand that these charms frequently were not hallmarked but were indeed sterling. Based upon the look feel and patina I believe the bracelet and charms are sterling. The Japanese Pagoda Temple charm is hallmarked Sterling on the base and the simple bracelet chain is marked with a tiny S near the clasp. This beautiful bracelet measures approximately 7 ½ inches in length. The condition of this bracelet is very nice with slight wear consistent with its age, storage and use as you can see in the pictures. Here is your opportunity to make amazing bracelet your own. It also would make a wonderful gift for someone special.