Sterling, Chalcedony and Marcasite Bracelet - Circa 1930

This vintage bracelet has the most beautiful lavender blue chalcedony cabochons as a focal point. They have been prong mounted in simplistic links allowing the stones to stand out in their tasteful frames. The designer then added a touch of pizazz to the bracelet with it's patterned connector rings & small, round open work links both accented with marcasites. Even the box clasp includes patterns & marcasites.

The sterling is in excellent condition with no rips, dents, holes or deep scratches. On the backside of one of the small round links is a tiny blob of sterling solder. I don't know if this is from a repair to the rim of the link or original to assembly and missed being buffed off. But I am reporting it to be accurate. The clasp closes with a soft click and stays firmly closed. All of the marcasites are there and appear to be the originals. The cabochons are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or nasty surface abrasions. They are all firmly seated in their prong mountings.

The bracelet measures 7" long minus the closure flange and is 5/8" tall thru the tallest point of the gemstone links. The Sterling mark is on the backside of the box clasp as seen in the photo. A beautiful chalcedony bracelet in the harder to find lavender blue color.

Item ID: 164


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Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: lavender blue and silver, Size: M

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