Vtg 1940s Forstner Sterling Silver Adjustable Snake Link ID Bracelet 29g Scrap

DESCRIPTION

This is a wonderful vintage circa 1940s Sterlng Silver Forstner snake link ID bracelet.

Forstner Jewelry started sometime in the 1920's as Forstner Chain Corporation in Irvington, NJ and produced Jewelry until sometime in the 1980s. Many of it's styles were produced in Gold Filled and Sterling. They are not easily found. The company marked it's designs under many different collection names. Some of their known marks are Fortune, Snap-Lock, Trustyle; Dapper, F.C.C., Forsit, Dubl-Lock, Initials W&F with a star between inside elongated hexagon, Radio (ca. 1920), Numum (ca. 1923), Image of a Carrousel (ca.1935), Climatest (ca. 1949), Bolita (ca. 1950), Forstar (ca. 1950), Remembrance (ca.1954), Teenette (ca. 1958), Backward "F" with arrow through the center (ca.1962) and Token of Love (ca.1965). Many thanks to for sharing this information.

This bracelet is made beautifully, no clasp, it expands telescopically to fit.

Weighed 1 ounce or 29 grams on my postal scale.

Engraved Juanita on the outside and Travis on the inside.

Is in as found condition, I did not attempt to clean this piece.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Vintage jewelry and collectibles do come from varied sources, I do not know the history of their past "living conditions".

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