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Stones and wine glass were often used in Roman bracelets. Gem stones were commonly found set in eyes. Open bands were cut to represent a row of ivy and entwined with pearl jewelry. Many of the leaf and fruit bracelets were heavily beaded with decorative glass. The wealthier women could be viewed wearing bracelets layered in bezel set emeralds. Throughout the Gerogiian times bracelets continued to be popular. Paris jewelers had been known for their gold bracelets set with pearl edging. Following the 1820s coral became the in fashion statement, so wristbands and other jewelry were to a great extent set with coral.

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