Representing the interesting world of pebble jewelry so popular during Queen Victoria’s reign, this Scottish agate bracelet is an engaging piece of jewelry. Sometimes whimsical, sometimes symbolic yet always made in interesting shapes and sizes, pebble jewelry remains a unique type of jewelry, nearly 145-175 years later.
Six interesting agate links comprise this great bracelet with a heart clasp currently on the bracelet as a charm. Three of the links are flat cut in an unusual shape in hues of reddish orange alternating with melon-shape cabochon cut links, each in a pretty banded agate and topped with a silver bead. The flat-cut links are banded at each end with engraved caps which connect to the melon-shaped links. It appears a newer clasp was added but the heart clasp is working perfectly and can remain as a charm or be substituted for the clasp.
Including the newer clasp, the bracelet measures 8 1/2” in length; without the newer clasp, it measures 8” in length. At the widest point which is measured on the melon-shaped links, the width is 7/8.” The length of the heart clasp is 1 ½” and the heart, itself, measures just under 7/8” wide.
The back of the heart clasp is engraved and the fastener is working perfectly. One can see on the reverse side of the bracelet how nicely it is made with silver frames backing the melon-shaped links and silver bars supporting the unusual shaped links. Interesting, wearable and not your typical bracelet, weight is 38 grams.
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