Superb bangle dating to the very late Victorian to early Edwardian era circa 1905.
This exceptionally well crafted bangle has been manufactured in 15ct gold or that subtle hue which is a combination of rose and yellow, soft and indistinct in colour which tends to match well with all our other jewellery.
Set to the front of the bangle with three stunning floral motifs, each of which are set to the centre with an old European cut diamond and surrounded by natural creamy white half Pearls.
Substantially made this beauty weighs a lovely 17.2 grams, oval in shape and secured with a push in box clasp and safety chain.
This one is in incredible condition indicating she has spent very little time on a wrist in her 118 years.. it’s time she was worn and seen again!
Diamond - 3 @ approximately 0.03 - 0.04ct each = TDW estimated 0.10ct
Internal - 5.8mm x 4.8mm
Internal circumference 17cm
Tested via XRF as 15ct gold
Very good to excellent antique condition. All Pearls are original, no re-gluing, no damage. Diamonds are bright and lively and securely set. Box clasp works very securely, original safety chain also. Minor marks to gold only. No dents, dings or damage.
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