Solid Link Rivet Bracelet

$ 125

Arguably the precursor to the Oyster bracelet, the uniform (i.e., non-tapering) three-link rivet bracelet with straight-end pieces is one of our favorite historical watch bands. Originally made by distinguished bracelet manufacturer Gay Frères in the mid-twentieth century, the bracelet had a ton of old-school charm with its all elastic-link construction. Sadly, however, the bracelet was discontinued long ago and vintage versions have become exceedingly rare and expensive. Honoring the beautiful vintage design, Forstner has created its own take on the classic rivet bracelet.

The Details

  • The Solid Link Rivet bracelet is constructed with links made of solid stainless steel. The links are removable by screws, and further length adjustments can be made on the clasp.
  • Fits wrists ranging from approx. 6-8 inches in circumference. Includes one elastic (stretch) link behind the clasp to ensure the bracelet can be worn comfortably throughout the day.
  • End piece widths are available from 18mm, 19mm, & 20mm