Here you will find ways to identify Selro pieces that are unsigned. Connectors on bracelets are a good start, plus backs of pieces, construction and other identifying marks.
Just a note: These overlapping V connectors are not only found on Selro pieces but they do help to identify pieces that have other attributes.
Also, not all pieces will have back bracing and it appears not to be found on signed pieces. Many large Selro pieces are out there that do not have this feature.
Please keep in mind that not all Selro was created the same way and that not all pieces will have the same kind of backs, connectors or clasps. There are many different styles. This page is a work in progress.
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1 The clasp end of one of the two pieces ever seen with both signatures!
2 Photo by Kathie Davis. Leaves with cut out centers plus pinpoint like markings that often appear to be snake scales around the edges.
3 Photo by Kathie Davis. Selro typical design that appears on some of the bigger confetti sets - sometimes called cobra design or snake pattern.