This is a unique bracelet. It is a simple bangle, crafted from unmarked but tested 15 carat gold It features an oval disk which contains an enameled portrait of a cupid in prison. I was told by the English dealer from whom I bought it, that this was a popular Victorian motif. The bracelet is circa 1860, and in excellent and wearable condition. The disk with the cupid measures a little less than one inch North to South, and 3/4 of an inch East to West. It has a wonderful, tight clasp which opens with the pressing of a little gold wheel shaped device. Because of it's oval shape, it is difficult to measure the size of the band, but the best I can get the tap measure around it, and the way it fits my wrist, It is from 7 to 7 and 1/2 inches around. The bracelet is in excellent condition, and it weighs 14.9 grams. This is a unique piece of Victorian that is sturdy and wearable.