Among the most iconic jewelry forms of the 1920s, the celluloid and rhinestone sparkle bracelet is an always elegant and highly sought after collectible within the world of exquisite 1920's jewels. The flapper style reflecting the independent new woman on the 20's was identified with these bracelets, and they came in sizes for younger women, called maiden's bracelets as well as upper arm. versions for true glamorous flappers. This standard size is MADE for stacking and layering, as is most bakelite and celluloid jewelry, and this bracelet has a standard inner diameter of approximately 2.5". It is approximately .50: wide. This example is carved with two channels which encircle the bangle and add depth and dimension to the piece. The bracelet is also dyed with a light aqua resin wash color, which is quite light aqua in color and transparent so that the underlying cream base color of the celluloid shows through. That dye does not sink into the aforementioned carved channels, which also adds contrast and finesse to the look and appearance of the piece. Two rows of aquamarine turquoise rhinestones are embedded into the celluloid, alternating with the carved channels adding dazzling light and color to this elegant creation. This bracelet is the perfect companion piece to the other turquoise sparkle bracelet listed this week, and is the definition of synergy, the combination of more than one bracelet to create a sum greater than the total of all the individual component parts of a group. Watch for more celluloid sparkle bangles, to combine and contrast with this example, Guaranteed 1920s all authentic American celluloid sparkle bracelet. The height and quintessence of the Art Deco style.
1920s Cream Celluloid and Aqua Rhinestone Sparkle Bangle Bracelet