Dating to the early 20th century circa 1910-1930 this delightful bangle is in almost as good a condition as the day she was made.
Designed as an oval bangle, crafted in traditional Tombac/garnet gold, and featuring a central openwork large ‘flower’ motif set with a single rose-cut Bohemian garnet and surrounded then by six pear-shaped rose-cut garnets, eight flat cut garnets, all of which are set in beautiful millgraine edged settings.
The entire circumference of the bangle is set with rose-cut Bohemian garnets, and she securely fastens with a push in box clasp with original safety chain also.
In wonderful condition, no replacements, no chips, no re-glues, this stunning bangle is an asset to any jewellery wardrobe.
Bohemian garnet - Pyrope garnet
Central motif - 2.1cm x 2.1cm
Internal oval measurements - 6.7cm x 5.0cm
Internal circumference - 18cm
Very good to excellent antique condition. No chips, abrasions to garnets. All garnets original, no replacements or re-glues. Clasp works perfectly, original safety chain.