An opulent design, this Victorian buckle bracelet is formed of interlinking ornately engraved gold panels, the silver buckle set with tiny turquoise cabochons forming the clasp of the bracelet.
- Crafted in 18ct gold and silver.
- Dates to circa 1850.
- In good condition for its age. A few of the hollow links are slightly dented to the reverse and a couple have slight splitting, but this is not visible when worn and the bracelet is suitable for wear.
- Length of bracelet 17.8cm, width of gold panels 8mm.
- Weighs 16.3g
- Free shipping worldwide and returnable for a full refund – see policy.
- Layaway available - reserve with a 30% deposit and pay in instalments. Please enquire for further details.
This piece was made during the early Victorian era, circa 1850. Bracelets were the most the most popular adornment of this era and turquoise was particularly in favour, creating opulence alongside ornately decorated gold. This piece features highly detailed engraving, each panel with a slightly different pattern of scrolling leaves and flowers. The buckle was a popular motif throughout the Victorian era, symbolic of strength, loyalty and protection.
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