Jacqueline Kennedy Burmese Bangle by Camrose and Kross
Jacqueline Kennedy was and still is the most photographed woman in the world. Whenever possible, Jackie liked to turn the tide and photograph the photographers. In order to do this, she carried a small Minolta camera and would turn it on the crowds. Rarely did she use her camera when professional photographers were around. In this photo, Jackie is at the home of the American ambassador to India, where she and her sister Lee were staying. As private as the home was, photographers climbed the fence to get photographs.
Hinged oval, wide bangle with openwork alternating design, each accented with round, bezel-set red and green crystal
textured and milgrain polished ornate detail
Hinged push-snap closure
The goldtone statement piece is done in a wide, oval shape with an openwork alternating design accented with round, red and green crystals. Ornate textured and milgrain detail finish off the fashionable piece.
Comes in an jewelry gift boxed in velour-covered steel case and with a Camrose and Kross Certificate of authenticity. Also included is a romance card with some fascinating information about Jackie and her life.