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  • Marlene Dietrich as Jamilla wearing a bracelet in the 1944 film "Kismet."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Kismet

    1944

    Costume seen on Marlene Dietrich as Jamilla

  • Tilly Losch as Mrs. Chavez wearing a bracelet in the 1946 film "Duel in the Sun."
    • Vanguard Films

    Duel in the Sun

    1946

    Costume seen on Tilly Losch as Mrs. Chavez

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This bracelet was originally designed and created by legendary Hollywood jeweler to the stars Joseff of Hollywood. A large number of Joseff’s pieces were recently auctioned off by Julien’s Auctions. This particular piece sold for $1920. It was seen on Marlene Dietrich as Jamilla in the 1944 film Kismet, and then again on Tilly Losch as Mrs. Chavez in the 1946 Duel in the Sun.

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About the Costume

This bracelet was originally designed and created by legendary Hollywood jeweler to the stars Joseff of Hollywood. A large number of Joseff’s pieces were recently auctioned off by Julien’s Auctions. This particular piece sold for $1920. It was seen on Marlene Dietrich as Jamilla in the 1944 film Kismet, and then again on Tilly Losch as Mrs. Chavez in the 1946 Duel in the Sun.

This bracelet was originally designed and created by legendary Hollywood jeweler to the stars Joseff of Hollywood. A large number of Joseff’s pieces were recently auctioned off by Julien’s Auctions. This particular piece sold for $1920. It was seen on Marlene Dietrich as Jamilla in the 1944 film Kismet, and then again on Tilly Losch as Mrs. Chavez in the 1946 Duel in the Sun.

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  • Eugene Joseff (Joseff of Hollywood)

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