Zelda BraceletRegular price $74.00
This bracelet shines with pure Art Deco splendor. We imagine it delicately dancing on Zelda Fitzgerald's wrist while she challenged the gender norms of her time by dancing, smoking, and drinking with abandon.
Zelda is most famous for being F. Scott Fitzgerald's wife. However, she was an author, a trained dancer, and an artist in her own right. She was also her husband's muse and is said to have influenced the writing of the Great Gatsby, which changed society's perception of the American dream.
This bracelet would've been the zenith of fashion during the Roaring Twenties, the time of flappers, speakeasies, and streamlined design brought on by the arrival of the machine age and American economic growth.
Its center button was made in the U.S.S.R. Both the factory where it was manufactured, and U.S.S.R itself was relegated to history's dust bin. Yet, this button survived and found you.
In this piece:
- Soviet-era Art Deco style glass buttons made in the U.S.S.R.
- Tiny vintage Czech black glass flower button at the chain end
- Tiny square jet glass crystals
- Two Art Deco style brass stampings made today in the U.S.A. in vintage dies
- A brass-plated pewter setting made today in the U.S.A.
- Brass chain with black enamel
- Length is 7 ¼" to 8 ¼"
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