This vintage pearl and gold bead cha-cha expansion bracelet with clip earrings was made in the 1960s.
The bracelet is a silver/gold metal expansion style with 10 mm pearl beads and 8 mm gold metal beads, each individually hooked in place.
The cluster/dangle earrings are clips with smaller pearl and gold ball beads.
This set in in very fine extra clean condition, but I scrutinize every little detail about vintage pearl cha cha bracelets as I see many being sold are in poor, dirty condition.
This bracelet is very clean with only minor wear to the metal expansion portion.
There is no grime or other foreign matter but many of the pearls and gold beads have scratches and scuffs when inspected closely.
The brass head pins that hold all of the beads in place have a darkened, but not dirty, patina from age. The same is true for the earrings.
The clips on the earrings are in perfect working order with very little wear.
My wrist is exactly 7" and the bracelet fits me, but it is a little too snug for comfort.
It is best suited for wrists that are 6 3/4" or smaller.
The bracelet is 1 1/2" or 2.9 cm wide and the earrings are about 1 3/4" long x 1 1/2" wide or 4.4 cm x 3.8 cm.
The set is not signed. Condition has been taken into consideration in the price.
Comes gift wrapped and shipped in a new presentation jewelry box.