This unusual mourning bracelet has woven hair beneath a glazed locket as well as hair woven into a stretchy bracelet. The locket has a snake like chased border and beveled glass cover. The woven hair bracelet section is surprisingly akin to elastic, and stretches to accommodate almost all wrist sizes . The metal frame is typical of the Mid Victorian period and is hand engraved. The metal appears to be gold filled and is in excellent condition. The hair is in good condition considering that it was probably worn in the 1860s! There is a small chip on the locket cover and a hairline crack through the white stone on one side, but it is still securely set since it is bezel set. The white stone is likely White Onyx, a variety of Chalcedony. This would be a great item for one that does reenactments, or period theater. Shown on a small wrist, but can expand to be larger.