Highly collectible Chinese export jewelry from the early 20th century is as alluring today as it was then! This is a fine example. Gorgeous spinach jade is intricately carved into ovals depicting two flowers among leaves. Their image is perfectly complimented by the forest green color of the stones. Each stone is flanked by golden flower links in a hexagon shape, continuing the naturalistic aesthetic of the bracelet. Braided, brightly gilt metal adds dynamic texture in between large rings that connect them to the stone panels. This piece makes a unique addition to any jewelry collection, and stands out among its collectible counterparts of the same era. The bracelet is a fairly average size at 7 inches long and measures about 5/8 inch at its widest.