We have similar Charm items, which would pair nicely with this piece, for sale this week. Listing Description by: Dylan L. Age Circa: Mid Century C. Markings: Marked "STERLING" on the back of several of the charms as well as at least one "W" makers mark on the back of the Hawaiian Islands charm, Tested, and Guaranteed.Brand: Unidentified "H" Makers Mark. Gram Weight: 112.7 Grams. 925 Sterling Silver, 14k Yellow Gold, 14k White Gold, Base Metal. Material: Guilloche Enamel, Enamel, Photograph. Main Stone Carat Weight/Color: There are three sizes of paste stones; The largest measures 2.4 mm in diameter, The mid-sized measures 1.4 mm in diameter, The smallest measures 1 mm in diameter, Semi-translucent red and green hues, Opaque light blue hue. Stone Cuts: Round Faceted Cut Paste, Cabochon Cut Paste. Paste is a manufactured stone. Stone(s) have been tested and guaranteed using a professional Presidium Duo refractive, heat, and hardness tester. Item Measurements: The bracelet has a wearable length of 7.25" and the chain measures 0.28" wide. The charms measure around 1.04" long by 0.92" wide, though there are larger and smaller charms, as well. Bracelet Type: Chain Link Charm Bracelet.
Closure/Clasp Type: Spring Ring Clasp And Safety Chain. Link Type: Fancy Curb Link Chain. This gorgeous Mid Century charm bracelet features twenty-nine charms. The charms are composed of.925 sterling silver for the most part, with one single 14k yellow gold ladybug charm as well as one 14k white gold charm. There are a few base metal charms, as well. There are both enamel and paste adorned stones, as well. One charm has the photograph of a baby. There is some wear to the paste stones and the enamel, which is to be expected of an item this age. The price has been reduced to reflect this. This listing is for the item only. The Art Deco era is famous for being the "Gatsby" or "Roaring Twenties" era. A lot of gorgeous and timeless designs in jewelry came out of this period. Jewelry from this period was most often crafted between 1920 and 1940. Art Deco jewelry sometimes featured white gold or platinum, geometric designs, European cut diamonds, filigree, and calibre cut stones that are specially cut to fit the design of the piece. During the Art Deco period jewelers often made jewelry upon custom order, this would usually take weeks to months to completely craft by hand. The Mid-Century era, 1935 to 1965, encompassed many new styles of art and architecture and this carried over to jewelry making. This exciting time for jewelry saw movements such as Hollywood Regency, Modernism, Brutalism, and the Atomic Age. Native American artisans were also making their mark in the jewelry industry. Artisans used many kinds of metals, gemstones, glass, and experimented with ceramic and wood as well. This era was filled with new and innovative designs, while also rejuvenating and reinventing older styles. The unique jewelry which emerged from this era is still very popular today. The method of enameling originally dates all the way back to the Ancient Egyptians. The Ancient Greeks, Celts, Georgians, and Chinese all followed suit. The technique involves fusing powdered glass to a substrate, or base, by firing. In jewelry, the base is generally a metal. Enamel is made of colored powdered glass, or may include clear powdered glass that is mixed with colorful metallic pigments. It is primarily used on decorative art or jewelry, usually small in size. Besides jewelry, enamel can also be applied to glass, ceramic, stone, and various other materials. French jeweler Georges Frédéric Strass created paste as an alternative to diamonds during the Georgian era. Leaded glass was cut and polished with a metallic powder until it shimmered brightly like a diamond in the light. These white diamante or strass stones were wildly popular with the glamorous Parisians, and eventually paste stones were colored to mimic other precious gemstones. The item "Antique Vintage Deco Mid Century Sterling Silver 14k Gold HEAVY Charm Bracelet" is in sale since Saturday, October 5, 2019. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Fine\Art Nouveau/Art Deco 1895-1935\Bracelets". The seller is "abeautifultimeco" and is located in Fort Collins, Colorado. This item can be shipped worldwide.