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NAPIER Charm Bracelet Art Glass Beads Mid Century 1960s 60s Fashion Designer

Hollywood Glamour Glam Early 1960s Signed Napier Jewelry Wedding Bride Bridal

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ITEM # 071702 (B-352)

Signed NAPIER charm bracelet. This was designed by Eugene Bertolli. You can find the matching lariat and earrings on page 351 of "The Napier Co" by Melinda Lewis.

Bracelet has a stunning gold plated fixed bow, hand manipulated and textured ribbon motif, containing art glass and faux pearl beads. There is a faux pearl measuring 11mm which is atop a gold bead measuring 6mm, another smaller faux pearl measuring 9mm, a deep amethyst purple foiled barrel shaped glass bead measuring 14mm by 12mm, a deep emerald green foiled barrel shaped glass bead measuring 14mm by 12mm, a cotton candy pink barrell shaped glass bead measuring 14mm by 12mm, a rounded with crimps on the side amethyst and white swirl glass bead measuring 12mm, a light cranberry pink rounded with crimps on the side glass bead measuring 12mm, and finally a round green and white peking glass bead measuring 8mm to complete this stunning charm bracelet in a gold plating.

Bracelet measures 8" in length. Width of the bow on charm is 1 1/2" and charm beads drop 2" in length.

Condition: Very good antique condition with typical wear due to age and handling. Bracelet appears to have been worn very little, if at all.

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