Domino Bakelite Bracelet Red with White Dots c1950’sDomino Bakelite Bracelet Red with White Dots c1950’sDomino Bakelite Bracelet Red with White Dots c1950’sDomino Bakelite Bracelet Red with White Dots c1950’sDomino Bakelite Bracelet Red with White Dots c1950’sDomino Bakelite Bracelet Red with White Dots c1950’sDomino Bakelite Bracelet Red with White Dots c1950’sDomino Bakelite Bracelet Red with White Dots c1950’sDomino Bakelite Bracelet Red with White Dots c1950’s

Here is a red domino Bakelite stretch bracelet made with vintage domino tiles dating to the 1950’s. Each domino measures 2 ¼” long by 1” wide by 3/8” thick with a 2 ½” inside diameter. The dominoes are strung together with elastic and each tile is separated by 2 white plastic beads. All the dominoes are vintage Bakelite tiles from an old vintage set that was broken up years ago and is now being re-designed to be worn as a bracelet. It is in very good vintage condition with no chips or cracks but some light surface scratches and patina consistent with age and use and being mentioned to be accurate. We had several of these. The infamous Iris Apfel purchased one of them from us some time ago.This chunky, unusual, statement, Bakelite stretch bracelet is fun to wear and would make a great addition to anyone’s Bakelite jewelry collection.

Item ID: AA761B


Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Red & White, Size: 2 1/4 by 1"

Domino Bakelite Bracelet Red with White Dots c1950’s

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