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2 Bracelets Square Golden & Silvery Murano Glass Beads

Here are 2 stretch bracelets that we bought from an estate sale. They both use big flat square glass beads to create a bold chunky cuff. One bracelet has beads with silver foil crackles. The other has golden foil crackled areas. These beads are typical of glass made in Murano Italy with imbedded metals. It is also a technique used by contemporary glass artists. Stretch bracelets were popular in the 1940's and they are popular again today. There are 7 beads on each bracelet that measure approximately 1" square and 1/4" thick. Interior circumference not stretched is 6". They are in very good condition.

Price $12.00    Shipping $4.99 -Will Ship United States Lower 48 States Only

2 Bracelets Square Golden & Silvery Murano Glass Beads



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