Charming and quite timeless Edwardian Bangle circa 1910.
Beautifully crafted oval bangle in warm hued 9ct yellow gold, hollow in design, classic round profile to the back and flat graduated design to the front.
The front of the bangle is set with three emerald green paste stones typical of this era, these wonderful paste stones are actually a form of early glass and were all the rage as alternatives to the much more expensive natural Emerald counterparts!
Interspersed between the three emerald pastes are two genuine bright little rose-cut diamonds. All five stones are set in typical ‘star’ setting and all bead set and very secure and in excellent condition.
Hinged clasp to the side in excellent order and a safety chain for added security.
Stamped 9ct to inside of the band.
As wearable today as it was 110 years ago!
Green emerald pastes
5.8CM Internal diameter
1.5cm Width widest point at from of bangle
Very good to excellent antique condition, no abrasions to stones, clasp works perfectly, one tiny impression which cannot be described as a dent to rear, but only noting for accuracy as barely visible.