Superb and rarely seen cross-over or by-pass bracelet of the Victorian era! This cross over sterling silver bracelet ends with eagle heads as its motif. I have never see another! The eagles have great detailing and are very realistic, with feathers, intense gazes and long pointed beaks which are slightly open exposing their large tongues. The eagle eyes are on the hunt! Each bird is approx 1.5" (3.5 cm) long. Inside diameter is 2 1/4" across x 2 1/8" top to bottom ( from bottom of eagle's head to inner band) . The outside diameter from head to head is approx 9.5" easily fits on my 6" wrist with room to spare! A 7" to 7.5 " wrist would have no trouble fitting into it. I can imagine this being worn by a lady at Victorian hunting manor or chateau prior to the turn of turn of the 20th century! A rare piece indeed! Though piece is unmarked it has been acid tested for sterling silver. This bracelet is pristine and in excellent condition, with no breaks, repairs or dings. A rich patina have developed on the silver over its long history been which I prefer not to clean, but could easily be polished if desired. A truly unique example of Victoriana for a collector of this period or even an eagle lover. Bracelet would suit a small male wrist or a woman's wrist.