Call them row, line, link or tennis, this 1920s-1930s style of channel set glass stone bracelet in sterling silver was a quintessential Art Deco favorite. Often worn in multiples, the bracelets could be easily mixed and matched. Ours, offered in ruby red, imparts a wonderful rich, velvety glow, thanks to the stones' cuts as well as the settings' pierced sides and backs for optimum light and color dispersion. Crafted in sterling silver, featuring fully articulated links with geometric embossed sides, the bracelet offers a flexible feel and fit, wrapping the wrist with more fluidity than rigid bangles offer. It secures via it's original spring ring clasp and detachable safety chain.
The bracelet measures approximately 7 1/4 inches x 3/16 inch with a 1/8 inch profile. Square or princess cut stones are about 3 millimeters. Weight of the bracelet is approximately 16 grams.
Condition is excellent vintage. All components original and intact. All red glass stones intact with no chips, nicks, cracks or breaks. All side or channel bezels secure. Links secure. Clasp and safety chain secure. (Always make sure to ensure that vintage spring ring clasps are fully closed.) Sterling has a wonderful patina that has not been polished or abrasively cleaned. Polishing, as preferred by most buyers, is left to their discretion. Please keep in mind that our bracelet is authentic 1920s-1930s vintage and does display some signs of age. No damage / no repairs.
The bracelet is signed "STERLING" three times -- on one of the bracelet's end link reverses and on each of the spring ring clasps.
Channel your Deco dream. Link it and love it. At Cody's.
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