You can never have too much of a good thing, especially if it is pretty, sparkly and comes in small packages. I am loving the modern take on vintage rhinestone bracelets, with different design bracelets stacked on one arm. It can be your something old and a cute homage to the women in your family. Stack them in odd numbers and and mix and match them with different designs. Below are some of our favorite brides’ styles:

vintage Art Deco Rhinestone bracelets stacked multi for brides
vintage Art Deco Rhinestone bracelets stacked multi for brides
vintage Art Deco Rhinestone bracelets stacked multi for brides
vintage Art Deco Rhinestone bracelets stacked multi for brides

Below are some brands that made beautiful rhinestone bracelets back in the day. Keep an eye out for these names when shopping for vintage wedding jewelry, they often have marks on the back of the clasp:

Coro created modestly priced costume jewelry — with a great success in their line of pins — from 1910 to the late 1970s.
Founded in 1904, Lisner became a seller of costume jewelry for over 60 years.
Kramer was a New York-based manufacturer of jewelry ranging from the simple to the extravagant from 1934 to the late 1970s.
Founded and owned by Paul Selenger, Selro produced costume jewelry from the 1950s to the 1960s.
With a business dating back to the early 1920s and featuring incredible designs from Alfred Philippe, Trifari continues to create costume jewelry to this day.
Also New York-based, Weiss manufactured both low and high end lines of costume jewelry from the 1940s to 1971.

Photo credits: top, Amaranth Weddings Photography; second row: left, Megan Holly Clouse Photography; right, jwvintagejewelry on Etsy; third row: jean jean vintage on Etsy; last row; left: JeepersKeepers on Etsy; right, Kaylee Eylander Photography

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