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Trifari Bracelet Vintage Costume Jewelry Review

Updated on January 15, 2015

Trifari Bracelets

Trifari bracelets demonstrate how the company's colorful designs can be employed on a linear piece of jewelry. In line with the ideas presented in the necklaces, bracelets generally focus on symmetrical, very solid and classical modulations, occasionally changing the premise somewhat for visual variety. When both types of jewelry combine in a set, the clarity of design reaches a higher level, and can be worn and noticed by ladies and onlookers comfortable with sophistication.

Enamel and stones, as well as familiar floral and “Fruit Salad” patterns can be found in Trifari bracelets – usually in more scattered variations than in the brooches or the pins. A notable addition consists of pastel colored stones: the quieter shades of these pieces expand the jewelry's appeal to women who love the brand but prefer less conspicuous colors.

Trifari Vintage Costume Jewelry | Bracelet
Trifari Vintage Costume Jewelry | Bracelet


The bracelets' aesthetic reflect their being in constant movement – the motions of the hand make the piece travel up and down – they're rhythmic and dancelike. Perhaps more than any other type of jewelry, these items exemplify why they are called “costume:” like fashion clothing made especially for dancing, they dance, making the stones and the accents swirl.


Though abstract patterns, where the gems' natural beauty is given space to speak for itself, recur quite often, designers also employ a range of floral designs. Pastel colors (soft pinks and light blue and turquoise) in particular add a new dimension to Trifari, and will be appreciated by fans seeking more variety.


Designs include: a double strand, where pieces of gem-set chain link to several larger connecting rhinestones; linked bracelet, the links generally being drowned in the deep sparkle of the gemstones surrounding them; broad bangles, serving as hosting surfaces for countless rubies and emeralds, sometimes arranged in complex (like the harlequin model) schemes.

Trifari continue to employ both faux and natural translucent materials; corals and turquoise, joined by enamel coating on some of the jewels, offer opaque alternatives.


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      Elijah S 6 years ago from Europe

      Hi Yolanda,

      It's very difficult to determine without a photograph and exact details. I would recommend browsing ebay listings and sold items section to find out more about your bracelet's value.



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      Yolanda Zimbelman 6 years ago

      Just wondering about a braclet, if any value. the brcelet was given to me by my mother in law, 5 years ago. She received it as gift when she was 15, she is now 80years old.The braclet is in perfect condition, with box. It is gold tone, I'm sure not solid, has 10 diamonds across, holding the 2 pieces together. Also has

      8 more diamonds on end, before the band on each side.

      This braclet was purchased at Adams Magnon Jewelry Co.

      Tampa Florida. What can ou tell me about this braclet?