A GORGEOUS and VERY WIDE AND VERY HEAVY Vintage 14k Yellow Gold Fancy Beaded Link Charm Bracelet! This Vintage 1960′s/1970′s charm bracelet is a popular style in that hard to find longer length of 8 inches. It is also a very substantial and beautifully made bracelet that could hold a large and heavy charm collection. It features an outer row of wide solid gold textured links that have smooth gold beads on each side and a center row of oval textured links. It has a box clasp with both a safety chain and a safety catch. The safety chain is short in order to provide security without the possibility of catching on the charms or other items. The bracelet has a wearable length of 8.0 inches, which is a large size (see my charm bracelet measuring guide below). The links are SUPER WIDE, 3/4 Inch, and the bracelet weighs a VERY substantial 53.0 grams. It is marked 14K on the back of the clasp. Wear this bracelet alone or start your charm collection today! Not what you were looking for? Check out my selection of charm bracelets in a wide variety of styles, sizes, and prices! All of my charm bracelet listings include a description of the style of the bracelet, the type of clasp, the width of the links, the size or length of the bracelet, as well as the weight of the bracelet in grams. While the style of the bracelet, type of clasp, and width of the links are a personal preference and are clearly shown in the photos, it is VERY important to pay attention to the LENGTH OR SIZE of the bracelet and the WEIGHT IN GRAMS as described in the listing as well. In terms of SIZE, I describe some simple steps below that you can follow to find the right size for you. In terms of the WEIGHT, pay close attention to the weight listed in grams. Gold is expensive, so if a bracelet is 10 grams or less that means it is lighter in weight and will be at the lower end of the price scale. If you want a heavier or more substantial bracelet, I usually include the word HEAVY in the title, and generally these bracelets weigh over 12 grams. Typical lengths in inches are 6.5, 6.75, 7.0, 7.25, 7.5, 7.75, and 8 inches. Cut a piece of string, yarn, or ribbon at least 10 inches long 2. Place the string around the top part of your hand, at the base of your thumb. If you wish to wear your bracelet higher or lower, then measure at the part of your hand or wrist which is most comfortable for you. With a marker, mark the string at the point where the two parts of the string meet. Remove the string and use a ruler to determine the length of the string where you made your mark.