Inv. #23206
#23206 - Antique Gold Bangle Bracelet
Price: $3,500.00 $5,500.00
Circa 1880s, 14k, American. Borrowed from the Victorians, this nineteenth-century bracelet celebrates America's love affair with revival aesthetics. Deliciously informed by the Etruscan taste, this bangle is elegantly spare with delicate details underscored by brightly-hued gold. Beautifully made and in especially crisp condition, this wide bracelet is antique chic at its vintage best. Very good condition.
Remarks from Lawrence Jeffrey: "I love antique jewelry; it has a look and feel that is authentic and I believe that authenticity is the wellspring of chic."
Condition: Excellent condition.
Weight: 25.9 gr
Stones: None
Hallmarks: Rubbed
Measurements: Fits average to small wrist
Price: $3,500.00 $5,500.00
#23206
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Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

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