During the Victorian era 1850-1900 the groom would give his bride two bracelets as a symbol of unity, and it was fashionable at the time to wear one bracelet on each wrist. Today it is rare to find a pair like this still together. These are mesh slide bracelets done in rolled gold with red glass rhinestones and little seed pearls on the slides. The mesh measures 3/8" wide, and the length is adjustable as the mesh is long and pulls through the slide to whatever length you want. The little buckles also slide to where ever you want them, then the tassels drape off the end as shown on my wrist in the last photo. Both bracelets are in excellent condition - amazing shape for being about 150 years old! - but one has the slightest edge wear on the buckle, and is slightly shorter than the other. Also, one has a single paste stone and the other's is two separate stones. None of this is noticeable, so they wear beautifully.
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