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Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Albertina Bracelet 1890-1900

Sale price$625.00 AUD

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Named after Queen Victorias husband Albert, Albert chains and the more feline version ‘Albertinas’ were worn by both gents and ladies to attach fobs and watches. The more feminine versions were prettier with floral engraving and motifs as seen in this lovely Victorian example.

Crafted from Sterling silver, designed as a triple chain with two rope twists and one interlocking belcher chain, with a simply lovely ’slider’ with engraving to one side and to the other a ceramic hand pained floral panel.

The ‘slider’ is not designed to slide, instead it is static with two silver spheres which are replicated at the ends of the tripe chains.
A seven row fox-tail tassel (all present) adorns one end and to the other a secure doc-clip to secure.

Indulge in the beauty of the past with this particularly lovely late Victorian Albertina, a timeless piece of jewellery which can be worn as a standalone statement piece or layered with other bracelets if desired.

STONES
None
Ceramic floral section hand painted

MEASUREMENTS
Length - 21.5cm

WEIGHT
18.2 Grams

MARKS
’S.S’ - Makers mark unidentifiable
Tested as Sterling silver

CONDITION
Very very good antique condition.  Dog clip is strong and springy.  Hand painted panel is lovely with no losses. Tassel has all her drops and balls. No dents to silver spheres. Just lovely.