This wonderful Victorian bangle would have been made in England during the 1800s and features a classic style of the era known as Victorian Aesthetic.
Victorian Aesthetic was heavily influenced by the simplicity and clean lines of Japanese Art, and often depicted serene landscapes or wildlife scenes juxtaposed with bold geometric shapes and patterns. And, as we can see here, the pairing works beautifully!
We simply adore the majestic rose Gold sea-bird or wader and his little friend, the adorable yellow Gold bird nesting in the tree.. You can't help but fall in love with these little characters and the fine details of the tree bark and the leaves!
This rare Victorian Aesthetic silver bangle has a chunky design and secure clasping mechanism, making it perfect for everyday wear.
We love its simplicity, elegance and robustness.
ERA: Victorian (1837-1901)
MEASUREMENTS: 7.5" in diameter. 25 mm wide.
MATERIALS: Sterling Silver, 9ct Rose Gold, 9ct Yellow Gold.
HALLMARKS: None present. Tested as Sterling Silver & 9ct Gold.
This bracelet is in exemplary condition! There are no dents, dings or major scratches anywhere on it, which is quite unusual for a bracelet of this style and age, and the details in the engraving and the raised repousse (or embossed) work are still beautifully sharp. The application of rose and yellow Gold has been expertly done, and remains in perfect condition, whilst the hinge is nice and sturdy and the bangle opens and closes tightly. Added to this we have what appears to be a robust and original Silver safety chain means you can wear this bangle with confidence! Ready to wear or gift immediately.
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