A gold bracelet of similar inspiration composed of nine square hinged panels formed part of the Bapst et Falize display at the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris, as reproduced by Henri Vever in La Bijouterie Française au XIXe Siècle, Vol. III, p. 506 (translated edition p.999) and in Falize, A Dynasty of Jewellers by Katherine Purcell, p.85.
The popularity for such bracelets evidently endured since a photograph of the Falize Frères display at the Salon de la Société des Artistes Français held in Paris in 1901 reveals a comparable bracelet consisting of sixteen hinged rectangular panels. Each contains a flower head and foliage arranged separately and alternately in each panel.
An entire article devoted to ‘Falize’s exhibit of Artistic Bracelets’ was published in The Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review, New York, 20th December 1893 and 3rd January 1894.