For your consideration just a stunning example of a vintage Victorian inspired/revival slide bracelet. This piece has 18 charms along with 2 charms on the clasp. The base metal is gold tone and the sides are on a metal chain with gold tone balls and simulated pearls. There are glass cab stones that are made to look like opal, turquoise and coral. There is one glass piece that looks to be a replacement because it is clear, but this is not really noticeable and I am point this out for clear disclosure. This piece is as found. The gold tone slides have designs of a heart, shield, Phoenix, Lion, Fleur de lis. The overall condition is excellent with some platting loss on the back of the bracelet. The length is 7 1/4 in end to end and the width is 1 in. The closure is a slide clasp and there is a safety chain. Double slide bracelets are a rare find. Don't miss adding this one to your jewelry box!
Circa-1950-70 Condition-Previously Worn- Minor wear to the plating on the back of the piece and possible one stone replacement on top of a slide (price reflects this) Please zoom in for a closer look. Signed-NO but of a very high quality and design **IN THE STYLE OF GOLDETTE**