A newly discovered example by our 1930s ‘mystery’ jewelry manufacturer is this triple snake chain bracelet in a previously-unseen colorway.
The colors on the bracelet are the same three shades of blue as seen in the necklaces shown below, from Part Two in the series about this maker.
Many thanks to Etsy seller Maejean Vintage who gave permission to use the photo of the bracelet and to link to her listing.
Other Posts in This Series
Descriptive Index of all pieces shown within this blog
If you have information about this jewelry or photographs of any examples that do not yet appear in this blog series, I would be delighted to include them in a future post! Please use the Contact Form on the About the Chatsworth Lady page.
Thank you so much for the information you have shared in this blog. I’ve recently purchased a necklace with the black enamel bow you have described, and would love to provide photos if you are interested.
Thank you so much for the offer! I’m always looking for new examples to add to my blog series and often the new examples point to other styles that I hadn’t come across before. I keep forgetting to make sure that my contact email for photos and/or information about this jewelry (email@example.com) is added to the bottom of every post; I will doublecheck that right now.:-)