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Antique 12ct Gold 15" Chain (2.7g)

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SKU: 7894
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A chain perfect for all of your pretty charms, this antique 12ct Gold 15" chain will keep you looking and feeling fab! Complete with oval trace links, this chain is a darker tone of 12ct Gold, so it will suit all complexions. 

If you are looking for a subtle, versatile and short Gold chain, you have found your perfect match! The bolt ring clasp is slightly larger than contemporary clasps, which makes it easier to wear, but it's in proportion with the chain's width and won't detract from the overall ensemble. 

Item Details:

ERA: Victorian (1837-1901). 

MEASUREMENTS: Chain 15 & 1/4" or 38.5cm long. 
Chain width 2mm. 
Weight: 2.7g. 

MATERIALS: Solid 12ct Gold chain, solid 9ct Gold clasp.

HALLMARKS: Tests as a solid 12ct Gold chain with a solid 9ct Gold clasp and jump rings. Obscured "9C" on bolt ring. 

Condition:

EXCELLENT: This antique 12ct Gold 15" chain is in tip top condition. All of the links are secure to each neighbouring link, and the tone of the Gold is a gorgeous shade, with a darker antique patine that can only be found in antique jewels!

SHIPPING:

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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RETURNS:

You can return your item for a full refund for any reason by simply getting in touch to let us know within 14 days of receiving it.

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!

Please message us or call +44(0)117 925 4798 if you have any questions!