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Trifari Emerald and Pave Bracelet -- Alfred Phillippe -- 1930's
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Trifari Emerald and Pave Bracelet -- Alfred Phillippe -- 1930's
Trifari Emerald and Pave Bracelet -- Alfred Phillippe -- 1930's
Trifari Emerald and Pave Bracelet -- Alfred Phillippe -- 1930's
Trifari Emerald and Pave Bracelet -- Alfred Phillippe -- 1930's
Trifari Emerald and Pave Bracelet -- Alfred Phillippe -- 1930's
Trifari Emerald and Pave Bracelet -- Alfred Phillippe -- 1930's

This is perhaps one of my favorite Trifari pieces that we have encountered over the years. It dates to the mid 1930's, and my research tells us that it was designed by Alfred Phillippe for Trifari. It is my understanding that some of these designs were made with the then-current Cartier look in mind. Of course, Trifari produced lovely faux pieces, to achieve the look of real emeralds and diamonds.

This signed bracelet is made of beautifully sparkling Faux Emerald stones, cut, faceted and set to resemble the real thing. The hinged links between the stones are pave set with clear rhinestones, as is the clasp. The bracelet is made of a silver-toned metal, possibly rhodium plated over a base metal, as was the popular construction for costume jewelry.

Although it is difficult to see in the photos, the reverse side of the clasp is clearly signed with the Trifari mark. The bracelet measures 7 inches long, with the width of the mounted green stones just slightly under 1/2 inch.

The overall look has a distinct Art Deco flare, yet it seems to have a timeless design as well, that would certainly compliment any outfit. All stones are present and secure, the metal shows no discoloration or damage. (note: some photos may have a reflection from lighting, but the silver color is clear and untarnished.)

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