This is an absolutely gorgeous vintage rhinestone cuff bracelet made, signed by artist Wendy Gell and dated 1985.
The giant statement piece is covered in colorful hand applied rhinestones in various sizes, the largest of which are 7/8" square. The larger stones appear to e attached with a clear epoxy. There are also glued handcut glass, glass cabs tucked here and there and rows of prong set multifaceted rounds.
The bracelet is 2" at its widest point. My wrist is a snug 7", and I can get the cuff on and off without too much trouble.
The bracelet is in great vintage condition. Please use the magnifier for these photos. it does look like one small stone may have detached from the front of one the center edge blue stone. That glue flaked off when I looked more closely at at after the photos. You need to know that detail. I have not seen another one in person to know what they should look like. I believe them to be avant gard sometimes and an obvious statement, and this one is.
Price discounted for the suspected flaws.
We sell select vintage items. They are not new, and rarely look new. They are, in many cases, older than we are, and have seen life and times. We do not repair or replace parts on any of the items we sell. They came to us in the condition they are now, and are sold as is.
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GLASS and CERAMICS
Pressed, molded or blown Glass has imperfections from the manufacturing process. These imperfections are inherited from production and are not considered damage. These minor imperfections often occur, such as: small defects in hand painting, color variations, creases or lines from molds, tiny air bubbles or small debris encased in glass is considered natural and is not going to be scrutinized or considered damage. However, I will make note if I notice any larger imperfections that appear to be beyond the acceptable norm as a defect.
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