Vintage Spoon Bracelet Rogers 1970s Retro Lily Floral Flower Pattern Bangle


A retro spoon bracelet from the 1970s when spoon rings and bracelets were the rage. The spoon itself is older than the bracelet - in the mid century it was popular to take an old spoon and use it to fashion a ring or a bracelet such as this one. This pattern on this spoon has the Patent date of January 4, 1916. One end is wider than the other. The wider end features a little raised tulip with some other tiny accent shapes under it.

The spoon bracelet is marked inside with this patent date and it also says 1881 ROGERS and A1 - it was made from one of that company's patterns. The pattern itself was made in

The bracelet is an open band and is about 6 1/2" long with a 1 1/3" opening between the two ends.

In nice vintage condition with wear commensurate with vintage age. See photos for detail. Item's price reflects condition.


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