Made in the 1960-1970 era, this very unique bracelet and earring set is a one of a kind hand crafted design. In the 1960s and 1970s, when young girls wanted to make some money, they learned a craft like jewelry making. Im not talking about someone who strings a few beads on a cord and calls it jewelry; I'm talking about a real skilled craft or the art of metal enameling.
These light lemon-lime flowers were hand cut from thick brass. They were hammered on the faces to create a concave area so the glazes could adhere, or pool into. The brass was first fired in a dark blue glaze and fired a second time with the bright green glaze. They were then linked together with hand made oval brass links.
The bracelet is 7 3/4" or cm long. The flowers are 1" or 26 mm wide. The earrings originally had brass screw backs and have been converted to new gold metal pierced ear wires with safety back closures. The entire set is in pristine clean condition with no imperfections or flaws. The set is not signed.
Comes gift wrapped and shipped in a new luxury presentation jewelry box.