An interesting Aesthetic Movement designed like an ID bracelet. The bracelet's plaque area has applied leaves and geometric designs in multi colored metals with three set red stones set diagonally in the center. There are leaves and clover shapes within large zig zag lines with a deep checkerboard texture in the background. The plaque opens and closes very well by pressing two little buttons where the band meets the plaque. The end of the chain link band can be inserted as far as desired into the interior allowing you to adjust the length if desired. The only mark is PAT. on the back of the plaque. The bracelet is gold filled and shows no wear anywhere. I am assuming that the stones are glass. The central plaque measures 1 1/4" x 1/2" x 1/4" deep. The bracelet, open, measures 6 3/4" at its longest, for a delicate wrist. The band is 5/16" wide. It weighs 13.3 grams. The Aesthetic Movement in design spanned the years from about 1875 to 1920. In jewelry it was distinguished by designs taken from nature and influenced by Japanese art and metal work.