This antique 9ct Gold "cat's tooth" link chain is an impeccable and utterly fabulous treat from the Victorian era! The links look like a three dimensional S shape named a "cat's tooth" link and create a majestic and wonderfully rare necklace!
At 66" long this delightful solid Gold chain has a wonderful array of options as of how to wear her. Wrap her once, twice, or even three times for that beautiful and very chic layered necklace effect in sumptuous Gold!
The Gold is the loveliest warm hue that is so inviting, you will want to wear this necklace all day long with that little bit of sunshine around you in the form of this necklace!
ERA: Victorian (1837-1901)
MEASUREMENTS: The necklace length is 66" or 167.64 cm x 3.3mm wide.
The dog-clip is 23mm x 8mm.
MATERIALS: Solid 9ct Gold
HALLMARKS: "9.375" on the Dog-clip. "9C" on a chain link. Tested as solid 9ct Gold throughout.
EXCELLENT: This antique 9ct Gold "cat's tooth" link chain is in excellent condition. Each link has been masterfully crafted to create the cat's tooth shape that is so rare to find. They all link wonderfully to the next to form the perfect solid Gold Victorian necklace. The dog-clip is in perfect working order, ready for you to wear this beautiful piece of history straight away!
All orders are shipped using DHL express and are securely padded in transit, with full tracking and insurance for your peace of mind. Alternate couriers are available by special request.
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INCLUDED WITH YOUR ORDER:
This item will arrive beautifully gift wrapped in a Lillicoco presentation box, tied up with a pink ribbon. You’ll also receive a handwritten information booklet and free polishing cloth too!
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