This sterling silver 1950s charm bracelet has a total of 23 nicely detailed charms, even some that move, like the telephone with a spinning dial and a grand piano with a lid that opens up! 17 of the charms in both gold- and silver-tone are marked on the back with “p&b sterl” which stands for Paye & Baker (sterling silver), an American manufacturer best known for their ornate sterling flatware, out-of-business since the 1960s. Of the 6 additional charms, one is marked 10K gold and the others are probably base metal. The bracelet chain itself is marked on its clasp as 1/20 12K GF (gold filled). Whether you are looking to add some new charms to your present collection, or whether this is your first vintage charm bracelet, you will enjoy this vintage variety of cute and high-quality charms, in excellent condition.
Size: measures 7” long
Label: most charms “p&b sterl” (Paye & Baker sterling)