This highly unusual bracelet is sterling hallmarked for Dublin, Ireland 1964, and features alternating links set with either faceted amethyst or Connemara marble stones. Connemara marble is a green marble that only comes from the Connemara district of Ireland. This bracelet contains 4 Connemara marble stones with round faceted amethyst stones setting them off. The bracelet is hallmarked on the back of one link for Dublin Sterling 1964 (W) plus makers initials O.C.I. The bracelet also has a safety chain. The clasp is a simple hook.
This bracelet weighs 35.8 gr. It measures 7.5" long and is up to .875" wide.
Condition is good, with minimal surface wear.
What better way to show your Irish side than this smashing bracelet.
Item ID: Ju14db614
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