If you love all things Art Deco, you’ll absolutely adore this Vintage Art-Deco Style Link Bracelet that was originally uncovered in france. This darling vintage link bracelet features detailed links of what appear to be a type of Bird of Paradise, given the styling. Birds of Paradise were often used in Art Deco jewelry styles. The geometric filigree is also very typical of that time period. Each link is attached with double jump rings. There are three whole links and one link that has been split to hide the clasp.
Vintage bracelets from the Art Deco style period of the 1920’s and 1930’s were considered very important accessories during the fashion of that time. Bare arms were popular, and these bare arms required intricate adornment, and that’s why bracelets were very popular. Usually worn in multiples, these bracelets were wide and three dimensional, features that are reflected in this period accurate Vintage Art-Deco Style Link Bracelet. Art Deco is considered a style of decorative art, design, and architecture named after an international exhibition held in Paris in 1925. Considered to be one of the first styles of modern architecture, Art Deco was influenced by many artistic movements of the early 20th century and focuses on streamlined designs and art.
This gorgeous piece of jewelry will make a perfect addition to your favorite outfit. It would also make an excellent gift for the accessory lover in your life. Anybody who appreciates vintage style would love to wear this stunning bracelet. The total length of this Vintage Art-Deco Style Link Bracelet measures 7.5 inches, while the width of the bracelet measures 1 ⅜ inches. See more images for details and scaling. This beautiful bracelet will grab attention and compliments, and the vintage flair will add timeless elegance and unique interest to any outfit!