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Posted 2 years ago

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sweetmonke…
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This bracelet is one that my mother (age 79) gave to me recently. This piece belonged to my grandmother and has been kept in the family. I asked an antique collector of jewelry about this piece. It was suggested that the time period is 1920's - 1930's possibly - and is "Blue Ice" stone.
This piece is very beautiful and the pictures unfortunately don't give justice to this bracelet. I am hoping that someone may be able to add more information about this style of bracelet. I am curious to know if it has any value, even though it is priceless with sentimental value.

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  1. flowerrose flowerrose, 2 years ago
    Lovely piece. There is a good book by Judith Miller "Costume Jewellery" that may help? They have them at libraries. Good luck!
  2. vintagemad vintagemad, 2 years ago
    Fab bracelet! But it has to be later then the 30's. The AB rhinestones found in the center strand were not created until the 50's. Reminds me of a Coro set I have seen in vintage magazine ads. Vintage costume jewelry has a huge market full of collectors always looking for beautiful rhinestone pieces. But you said it best as to value.
  3. sweetmonkey123, 2 years ago
    Thanks soo much to both of you for your replies! I now have a starting point to research this further. Thanks again..

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