Here for your consideration is this magnificent bracelet designed by Alfred Philippe for the Trifari Company in the mid-century 1950s or earlier. The bracelet is made of heavily rhodium plated base metal, it featuring frosted satin glass stones of light blue, green and yellow shaped like flowers and leaves. The glass stones are surrounded with sparkly clear white rhinestones simply a beautiful piece that is in very nice condition with little to no wear as you can view in the pictures. This bracelet is quite rare and hard to find especially in this condition. With increasing interest and rising prices, this bracelet is a wise investment. The bracelet is a nice size that will display beautifully. It measures approximately 7 inches when closed by 5/8 inches across, it will be lovely to wear. This beautifully crafted bracelet is hallmarked Trifari on the reverse of the clasp. The clasp works as perfectly as you would expect with the quality craftsmanship of Trifari. Trifari was one of the largest and best manufacturers of costume jewelry in the U.S. in the golden age of the 1930s-1960s. Alfred Philippe was the chief designer who brought his background in fine jewelry to Trifari in the 1930s, creating a sophisticated, high-end look for the company that was its signature for decades. Many of its design are avidly collected today. Here is your opportunity to own this beautiful piece. It would make a wonderful addition to any jewelry collection or a wonderful gift for someone special.