This is a wonderful pair of Victorian wedding bracelets, dating from the late 19th Century. They are a matched pair, but one has been stretched out more that the other, possibly because the former owner wore them together on one wrist. I put them on this way and they look great worn together. The Victorians gave these to brides, but I think they wore one on each wrist.
The bracelets are easy to put on, as they expand easily. They have a ribbed body, almost resembling a snake. The ends are smooth, done in an Etruscan style, with a little star on each end. The star has a silver color.
The bracelets are 1/4" wide on the band, and the ends are 3/8" wide. They have a combined weight of 38 grams. Because of their ability to expand, they will fit all wrist sizes. They are in good antique condition, with some wear to the gold fill at the ends.
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