A rare and magnificent pair of matching Victorian Aesthetic Silver bracelets in exceptional condition, ready to wear and enjoy for many years to come!
These fantastic Victorian Silver bracelets were crafted from fine Sterling Silver in Victorian England in 1882 to the very highest quality.
With its cool over-sized beaded edge and two rows of crosses and a whole constellation of stars in the centre, we can't help but fall in love with them! They're weighty and decorative and what's more, you can join them up and wear them as a spectacular statement necklace too!
The British registration mark is a sought after feature making these spectacular antique cuff bracelets a fine collector's piece sure to make a welcome addition to any woman's jewellery collection.
ERA: Victorian c.1882
MEASUREMENTS: Each bracelet has 17cm or 6.7" inner circumference x 21mm wide
Best fitting a wrist of 15.7cm or 6.2"
The chocker has an inner circumference of 34cm or 13.4" inner circumference
Best fitting a neck of 32.8cm or 12.9"
Weight: 30g each, 59g combined
MATERIALS: Sterling Silver
HALLMARKS: British registration mark "L", for 1882, "W" for March, "25" for 25th March. "1" for fine Sterling Silver
These Victorian Aesthetic Silver bracelets are in exemplary condition throughout. The details are all bold and clear and the beaded edges have very little signs of wear. The locking mechanisms are all in fine working order allowing both bracelets and necklace to be worn with ease.