Dove Art Glass Expansion Bracelet
The dove on this bird art glass bracelet looks like it is flying into the sun. A crystal peewee marble, and rhinestones set in golden caviar provide the light for the sun. I also love the chain ball charm dangling freely.
The platform is an old western buckle and instead of the stone that formerly resided at the center, is a domed oval of satin glass that I acquired as old/new stock from a Rhode Island jewelry warehouse. This bracelet is built on a defunct man’s watch, so will comfortably fit a wrist over 8”.
This Bird Art Glass Bracelet will look great with business attire, to evening events, or casually with jeans. I often wear something with a sweatshirt or simple tee-shirt at home because life is too short to not wear something beautiful every day.
Birds are one of my favorite subjects Tonola Perez Pottery Desert Bird Cuff
BTW, while its not dishwasher/microwave tested, the kind of adhesives I use putting these together, they will handle a light dunking in dishwater without problem.
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It is rather weighty and measures 1 ½” x 2 ¼” x 1 ¼” thick on a Speidel expansion band. "In 1951 with the advent of the Korean War, Speidel began manufacturing identification bracelets. The first product in this category was the Photo Ident - a combination ident bracelet with photo and an expandable wristband. Advertised on television, it was an immediate success – of major proportions. Speidel began as a jewelry maker in 1904, but very soon it was known for "Ratchet-buckle" watchbands (introduced in 1920), the "Scissors Action Expansion Band" (introduced in 1936), the ladies' "Mignon" watchbands (introduced in 1939), plus costume jewelry." - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speidel