Stunning Egyptian revival French enamel Pharaoh King Tut link bracelet from 1920's.
The bracelet is 7 3/4" long and comprised of 7 vivid color enamel links, 1 1/8" X 7/8" each.
There is a matching pendant locket in our store, item number 363.
The bracelet is made of brass which is covered with beautiful old patina.
One link (2nd right to left) has 2 small chips.
The repair on the back of the center link looks very old.
Push-in clasp works well.
Very good vintage condition.
Egyptian motifs widespread starting late 1700's after Napoleon's military campaign in North Africa. They received another boost after excavations and following tours to Egypt starting in 1830's. Another boom started again during 1920's after discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922.
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