This is a nice , wearable, gold bracelet, circa 1840, that I have taken from my own jewelry box to offer on Ruby Lane. I have enjoyed it, but have now kept another one, so it's time to let it go. This bracelet is a puzzle, because one would think , with the one chain clearly original, that the other two would be a later addition. I suspect that's the case, but then, I've never seen more than one chain together of the style that is the older one, so who knows. The older chain tests 14 carat, and the newer ones test 10 carat. The beautiful disc in the center is porcelain, and it is in excellent condition. The bracelet has had a safety chain added, and the clasp is very tight. I have worn it many times, and it is easy to wear, and not too fragile. The best ai can measure, and it's hard because of the safety chain, the bracelet is 6 and 1/2 inches long. It weighs 11.6 grams. This is a nice, early, relatively inexpensive piece, that one can wear with jeans, or dress up clothes.
Gold and Porcelain Chain bracelet, Early Victorian