A very pretty flexible cuff bracelet with various shaped facetted beads in a metallic brown-bronze hue that gives a nice iridescent shine to the piece. Positioned at both ends of the cuff are crescent shaped embellishments each with a flower and a floral motif of textured gilt leaves and two tiny pine cones that resemble a sprig from a fir tree – all of which have been accented with tiny faux pearls and small clear rhinestones. The bracelet has three metal spacers around the back of the cuff that keep the four lines of bronze beads evenly placed which also makes this piece solid and sturdy. As the bracelet is made with flexible metal it is easy to put on by gently slipping the wrist through the front opening. **Unsigned, c.1940’s.
**Although this bracelet is not signed “Miriam Haskell” we do have the exact matching clip-on earrings which are signed on the back of the ear clips. These ear clips are available separately in our earring section.
Condition: Very good
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