Set in a wonderful bright gold finish 'pinchbeck' or rolled gold mount, the micromosaic bracelet you see here is meant to be worn and enjoyed. Not a fragile dainty like some we have in inventory, (nor so expensive!!), it's a bit of 'investment' quality antique jewelry that will find itself on your wrist more often than in the vault, I'm certain. Bid plaques, bold and unique setting and links combine to make this one 'sized up' and perfect for today's fashions, as well. And no one will know your secret - they'll surely think it's solid gold from the look of it. LOVE that puffy 'S' in the links, don't you?
Very good condition, the 4 rather large plaques are intact and without cracks. There might be very tiny nips to that crisp ridge on the bevel, which is always vulnerable, but there are not many and they don't detract from the beauty of the deep navy blue glass basin into which those bouquets of Spring flowers are worked in curly glass tesserae. A fine jewelry item from mid-late 1800s Italian artisans. Sure to become your favorite 'souvenir' of your own Grand Tour to Italy!
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Antique French sterling silver, Georgian jewelry, sewing, Black Forest, etc 17th to 19th c. European
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