This is a very rare, early Miriam Haskell bracelet from the 1930s by Frank Hess that is featured in Deanna Fernatti’s Costume Jewelry Collector’s book (p.84). Although the picture shows it as a necklace, you can tell this is the matching bracelet. This bracelet has French glass beads in blue, pink and clear in a gold-tone setting. This bracelet was made before Haskell started to put on her signature. It measures 7" long with a spring closure. The clear large bead is 1" x 3/4" and this bracelet is in excellent condition.