Very pretty antique Victorian Cameo bracelet. The metal is and antiqued gold tone or brass, not exactly sure. It has a double row with a variety of elements. Starts with a double row in the paper clip style chain, which attaches to a decorative metal piece in the shape of a 'V'. There is a faux pearl inside the 'V'. Then on the ends of the 'V' start the double row again, except this time the 2 rows are beads of green adventurine. I know it photographed very pale, but in reality it is the pale green of the adventurine stone. So that's what each side of the bracelet is like, and those both meet in the middle and attach to a very pretty cameo which is a white carved figure against a green rectangular background. I do not know the what the material of the green piece is. This piece is set onto a very decorative gold or brass frame with lots of little curlicues etc. Measures 7 inches long with a spring ring clasp. The cameo is 1 1/8" wide. Has a nice aged patina and in good condition, just needs a very gentle cleaning. There's a bit of dirt around the faux pearls which I did try to gently rub off. The darkness on the green background that shows up in the photos is hardly noticeable in reality and just part of the material. One other thing I noticed, on one side, the chains attach to the 'V' finding via a rolled scroll work piece - one side has come loose. Shown in 6th photo. As long as you're careful and not playing football while wearing the bracelet you'll be fine, but eventually this should be fixed.
Item ID: 10241826
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