Marked “Germany” on the spring clasp. Could this be attributed to Napier? I wondered after reading “The Napier Company” book by Melinda Lewis (pp.302-310. The distinguishing signs are the bracelet chain (p. 310), and the large round spring ring clasp marked “GERMANY” (p.306-307) Similar gold-tone acorns are pictured on p. 302, but there were bracelets not attributed to Napier that had these clasps and chains. So probably a company copying them.
Always fun and festive to wear a charm bracelet and have some movement as the acorns dangle from your wrist.
Size: 7-1/2 inches long with a dangling cluster of 3 acorns.
Condition: Very Good; no repairs
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Vintage 1950s German Silver-tone Acorn Charm Bracelet
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