Jean Andre Bracelet, Firenze, Italy
A beautiful Italian marbled glass and metal link Jean Andre bracelet made in florence, Italy. This lovely vintage bracelet has five large coral coloured glass beads and a golden brown metal chain, which fastens with a lobster clasp. The swing tag is still attached and reads “Jean Andre Firenze Italy”.
This pretty bracelet dates to around the 1980s and is in very good condition; we note some minor patination overall.
Length (end to end) – 20.7cm (adjustable by 3cm to 17.7cm)
Width (widest part) – 13mm
Why we love vintage costume jewellery
Classic and elegant, costume jewellery can add uniqueness and flair to any outfit, smart or casual. Vintage costume jewellery is a statement, and is a way to express your individual style. It is also great to know that you are unlikely to find two identical pieces, so there is not much chance of someone wearing the same as you. Vintage jewellery were made to last, and with one size fits most – makes perfect gifts!
People love collecting costume jewellery and once you start it is hard to change the habit. Often collectors have a favourite designer or maker, or collect a certain period. We sell many different makes and designs in store and on our website, from high-end designers like Chanel; Givenchy and Lea Stein, to the mid-range widely-collectable makers such as Monet; Corocraft; Trifari; and Napier. We also sell unsigned and sometimes more modern makers such as JW and Danecraft (well-known for their fun kitsch pieces).
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Please note that vintage jewellery was produced prior to the introduction of the 2002 law prohibiting the use of nickel or nickel compounds. Customers allergic to these metals may experience skin rashes or irritation where the metal is in contact with the skin.