CROWN TRIFARI 1950s BRACELET Mid-Century Matte and Polished Gold Chunky Link Statement Bracelet

Bracelets Trifari 60s Gold 2 w text2.jpgGustavo Trifari emigrated from Italy to the U.S. in 1904 and founded Trifari NYC in 1910. Trifari was considered one of the largest and best known producers of costume jewelry. It started producing hair ornaments, buckles, and bar pins in silver and base metals set with rhinestones and later manufactured, a broad range of costume jewelry creating superb designs and workmanship at different price levels. The Trifari jewelry produced had a distinctive look, resembling fine jewelry, which can easily be recognized by collectors. Much of this is due to the work of a great designer, Alfred Philippe, who used high quality imported Swarovski rhinestones that were hand-set in the jewelry piece. Philippe worked as a designer of fine jewelry for Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, and brought to Trifari many imaginative ideas. He is largely responsible for the creation and development of Trifari’s distinctive and classic look.

This amazing Crown Trifari bracelet is very rare and highly collectible. It would make an excellent gift for Trifari Collectors and vintage lovers alike! This piece would also make an amazing addition to your own jewelry box!

This gorgeous bracelet is signed Trifari (with crown) and is quintessential 1950s style with the thick, chunky gold links in both a polished and matte finished gold in a unique and elegant design. It measures 7.5″L x .75″W and has a fold over hinged clasp.

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