Vintage Chinese Charms Charm bracelets continue to be the favorite category among jewelry collectors. A favorite theme is kitchy Chinoiserie of the 1950s. Hard to find? Look no further than this beauty by Sweet Romance USA.
News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - Fascination with China in American popular culture began in the 1920s and 30s. Slinky silk dresses, lacquer furniture, chopstick hair pins, embroidered shawls, Charlie Chan, Chinatown and Pearl S. Buck kept the intrigue alive into the 50s.
Fashion jewelry offered faux pearls, jade and coral. But chunky charm bracelets owned the day. The Chinese Charm Bracelet from Sweet Romance is a nostalgic blend of treasures. There’s authentic glass from the 1940s-Buddha, black floral hexagon and lantern beads. Open the folding fan, locket and perfume jar. Look for your fortune inside the cookie.
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