I have taken this pretty little bracelet out of my own collection. I must have had it close to 20 years; it was one of the first things I bought for myself when shopping in England. I even had a few beads taken out to make it smaller for my wrist. Right now, not counting the male end of the clasp, it measures 6 and 1/4 inches. It fits my wrist perfectly, but it could be make larger by adding a few more gold beads. It is crafted of unmarked, but tested 9 carat gold, and it contains 7 lovely almandine garnets. I am listing it according to what I paid for it 20 years ago; I wore it with amethysts, but now have a lovely Georgian amethyst bracelet, so it's time to list this one . It is in excellent condition. , The disc with the garnets measures about 3/4 inch in diameter. The bracelet is circa 1890, and weighs 8.6 grams.
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