I only buy things I love myself, and I purchased this beautiful, bracelet thinking I would keep it for myself. I saw that it was a unique piece and one that was not too fragile to wear. At the time, thought it was the right fit for my apparently smaller than average wrist. After getting home and putting it on, I realized it , at 7 and 1/4 inches long, is too large for me. It won't fall off, but the weight of the stones will keep it turning to the back of the wrist, and banging the stones on surfaces, so an offering it for sale. It is crafted from unmarked but tested 15 carat yellow gold. It features five lovely rock crystal stones, alternating with lovely enameled link with a natural pearl and two little coral beads. The bracelet is in excellent condition, circa 1900, and measures 7 and 1/4 inches long, and 1/4 of an inch wide. It weighs 10.3 grams, and it is a unique beauty. At once time is has had a safety chain, and another could easily be attached, but the clasp is firm and secure.
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