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1940s Parisina Sterling Bracelet
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COLOR silver
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 6.4" L x 1.25" W
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE IN Mexico
MADE OF sterling silver
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 27 - Aug 01
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Hot Moon Collection explores the world with a diverse, eclectic collection of timeless antiques, art, exotic vintage textiles, and small unique treasures. With her bohemian chic aesthetic, fine eye, and wandering spirit, Gaby Ruvolo has amassed treasures from flea markets, city galleries, country antique shops, and obscure villages.
Why we love this
Handmade sterling silver bracelet from the Parisina line by designer Marcel Boucher, circa 1940. After apprenticing with Cartier, Mr. Boucher began the Parisina line of sterling jewelry produced exclusively in Mexico. Weight: 76.4 grams. Marked: Parisina and Sterling Mexico.
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