A flower themed vintage gold filled expansion bracelet by the L. S. Company from the early to mid century.
Adorable vintage retro era gold fill over sterling expansion bracelet with 3 flowers on the front that are prong set with red paste stones. The center flower that is a double petaled flower, has the biggest gem. The 2 on either side of this are somewhat smaller and a lighter color. These flowers with heart shaped petals are affixed to an oval backing. The Lustern or L.S. Company hallmark is on the back side of the backing. The center piece is connected to the expansion links with a silver hinge on each end.
This stylish expanding stretch bracelet is made of "S" shaped links with unique swirling designs. The links alternate between yellow gold and rose gold fill. The rose gold S links have a raised design in them while the yellow gold S links are plain.
Materials - Gold fill over sterling silver. Paste gems are red glass.
Markings - Inside of bracelet is marked 1/20 12K GOLD FILLED STERLING and L.S. CO. On the back of one of the S links is marked MADE IN USA and LUSTERN.
NOTE: This hallmark stands for the Louis Stern Company of Providence, RI. The company was in business from 1871 until approximately 1950.
Condition: In nice vintage condition. Bracelet is circa mid century or earlier - most likely 1940s. Wear to the red paste (glass) stones and the oval backing piece.
Amazing vintage expansion bracelet!
3/4" wide at the very center front. Band is 1/2" wide.
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