Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet
Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet
Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet
Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet
Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet
Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet
Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet
Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet
Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet
Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet
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Signed Joseff Silver Tone Turquoise Art Glass Flower Clamper Bracelet

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A floral and cheerful filigree setting, frames the colorful domed glass cabochons made to simulate Turquoise in this well made bracelet made by Joseff. With a clamper style construction, hidden by the floral pendants, the design is continuous and the flowers sit upright on your wrist strikingly.
Condition: Very good. This piece is fresh looking and was well taken care of, the minimal amounts of wear are noticeable only on close inspection.

* The setting has a bright patina without any dents and a modest amount of surface wear and discoloration.
* The glass has a smooth and gleaming surface without any chipping and a modest amount of surface wear.
* There are no irregularities to the setting or signs of solder or repair and the piece has a firm shape.


Length 6 5/8" inside circumference

Width 1 1/4"

Mark See photo

Clasp Secure, the hinge is tight and clampy as it should be

Weight 47 grams

Period 1940s - 50s

Material Alloy, glass


Collector Tip
On signed designer pieces
A piece of jewelry that has been signed by the designer is immediately of higher value, because it definitively places the work in their oeuvre. This gives the piece a personal history that it might not otherwise have-fixed in place, time, style, and intent. In addition, signed designer pieces indicate that a designer viewed the work as worthy enough to want his or her name to be forever associated with it. This indicates that the piece was made with a concentration on high-quality construction or perhaps trendy or progressive design.