This is a very lavish signed Alice Caviness articulating bracelet. Beautiful chaton aurora borealis rhinestones dominate this gold tone 7 row bracelet. You will notice that the center 3 rows have movement--as it wraps around the wrist the center 3 rows'lift' giving it a dimensional look. It draws your attention to the flashing aurora borealis stones.
It has an open box lock closure with a safety chain. You will find the Alice Caviness hallmark on an oval cartouche on the box closure. Alice never produced her jewelry in mass production and always used the best of materials making her jewelry rare on the collectibles market! This sparkling bracelet is in like new condition.
It appears to be seldom worn if worn at all. A gorgeous bracelet you won't want to miss!This unique and absolutely gorgeous Juliana Necklace described by Ann Pitman as being first seen in design books in 1961. This highly prized find is very well constructed and in very good vintage condition. This would make a lovely addition to your Alice Caviness collection. Measurements: The necklace measures approximately 7 inches long. It is in wonderful shape, the rhinestones are brilliant and the gold tone metal has little appearance of wear. PLEASE REVIEW ALL PHOTOS as they are part of my description. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have a question and I will be happy to take more measurements or additional photos if needed. __________________________________________ ALICE CAVINESS 1940s - the late 90s Beginning her career as a fashion and glove model, Alice Caviness was a lovely petite blond with a southern drawl and a dynamic but feminine personality. In the mid to late 1940s she began manufacturing jewelry to compliment her fashion designs, much like Chanel and Schiaparelli. She had a abundance of flair, garnering attention for her impeccable style of dress. Her jewelry reflects her sense of taste. Her company was based in Long Island, NY. Alice Caviness designed most of her costume jewelry and was also involved in production and sales. Her company also produced sterling silver jewelry.
She also employed two designers, Lois Steever and Camille Petronzio. They were both young when they joined.
Lois went on to run the company after Alice Caviness died in 1983. Camille Petronzio went on to work at Miriam Haskell. All Caviness pieces are characterized by the use of high-quality materials and design.
This is determined after your order has been processed. We do this by comparing macro photos taken for the explicit intent to identify each listed item. Bottom line, we want you happy!These photos (not shown in listing) are kept permanently for our records. We also inevitably have to sell it at a reduced price.
So please make your decision wisely based on our description and the photographs in the listing. The item "Vintage Signed Alice Caviness Goldtone Articulating AB Rhinestone Bracelet" is in sale since Friday, November 18, 2016.
This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Costume\Designer, Signed\Bracelets". The seller is "regifter-assister" and is located in Houston, Texas.
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