A fabulous chunky Victorian Scottish agate and sterling silver bracelet dating from around 1860.
The polished faceted agate barrels are beautiful shades of deep carnelian orange with lighter and darker striped bands.
The bracelet secures with a heart padlock which is engraved with a silver scrolling design on one side and a polished shield-shaped agate on the other. The heart is held secure with its original safety chain.
Scottish jewellery was made popular by Queen Victoria from the mid 1800s, when she frequently visited Scotland and her Scottish castle Balmoral.
In excellent antique condition.
Size: Just over 7 inches inside circumference. Locket measures 20mm across x 32mm down. The safety chain is 3 inches long. Each silver-capped agate barrel is 2.5cm long.
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