BAKELITE bangle sharply slash carved c 1940

BAKELITE bangle in green with a slight blue tint, sharply slash carved, 2-1/2″ by 1/2″ by 1/3″. This is circa 1940 and in excellent condition, and it stacks well with bracelet number 39944 too, as shown in the last photo. Please NOTE though that this price is for only ONE bangle.    View  View  #B39943   $118.00

SHULTZ bakelite bangle orange swirl, apple juice inserts, dots

SHULTZ bakelite bangle in orange swirl with apple juice stripe inserts, overlapping black oval dots, and multi-colored round dots, 2-1/2″ by 5/8″ by 1/3″.  Ron Schultz, who began making his wonderful bakelite jewelry in the 1980s, creates his pieces using only genuine vintage circa 1940s bakelite, and every piece is his own original work. It is signed, … Continue reading “SHULTZ bakelite bangle orange swirl, apple juice inserts, dots”

BAKELITE bangle in peach over dyed and cut back to butterscotch

BAKELITE bangle in peach over dyed and cut back to butterscotch with carved lines and dots, 2-1/2″ by 3/4″ with 1/3″ thick walls. The last two photos show this and other bangles, demonstrating how well this bangle stacks and mixes with others.    View   View   View   View   #B40822   $198.00

Bakelite Bangles

Morning Glory Collects… vintage jewelry we enjoy buying, wearing and sharing BAKELITE BRACELETS circa 1930s to 1970’s Bakelite Bangles Dots, Prystal & Over-dyed NOTE: You are on a reference part of our web site. Click HERE FOR BAKELITE BANGLES for sale. Leo Beakeland (1863 -1944), a Belgian who had moved to America, was the inventor … Continue reading “Bakelite Bangles”

Shultz Bakelite Bangles

Morning Glory Collects… things we love to buy, wear and share SHULTZ BAKELITE BANGLES Checks, Specials & Laminates NOTE: To BUY Shultz Bakelite Jewelry please click HERE. VINTAGE BAKELITE… Contemporary ARTISTS! Ron and Ester Shultz make some of the most charming, colorful and interesting bakelite jewelry being crafted in the late 20th century, and with … Continue reading “Shultz Bakelite Bangles”

Bakelite Bangles

Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry presents ~ JEWEL CHAT Costume Jewelry Magazine Bakelite Bangles Leo Beakeland (1863 – 1944), a Belgian who had moved to America, was the inventor of Bakelite. Made by the condensation of phenol and formaldehyde in the presence of a catalyst and used for everything from tools and telephones to jewelry, … Continue reading “Bakelite Bangles”