Coralee Bracelet | Hand-Pressed Glass Cabochons
Designer: Grandmothers Buttons
The vintage silver brown agate and silver matrix confetti oval cabochons in this bracelet are outstanding examples of post war German glassmaking.
Bohemian glass makers were the first to develop methods for press-molding glass buttons in the early nineteenth century. They began with solid colored glass, and then, as their skills grew, started producing multi-colored stones mimicking gems like opals and tortoiseshells.
We’ve centered this bracelet with one lovely antique brass button. Every antique button is a one and only, chosen just for you, and so will not be identical to the image.
In this piece:
Antique brass button, circa 1880-1920
Vintage German silver brown agate lampworked and hand-pressed glass cabochon
Vintage German silver matrix confetti lampworked and hand-pressed glass cabochon
Two round, decorative brass stampings made today in vintage dies in the USA
Five brass-plated pewter settings made today in the USA
Antiqued brass chain