Inv. #17892
c1820-40s Etruscan Revival Carved Lava Bracelet
Price: $9,800.00
Circa 1820-40s, 14k, Italy. This early nineteenth-century Etruscanate bracelet features enchanting carvings in lava. The chic architectural revival look is underscored by beautifully hued organic colors. Italian stone cutters began producing fine lava carvings for use in souvenir jewelry in the early 1800s. This type of jewelry was very popular with travelers on “The Grand Tour” and became a worldwide sensation. A sublime example of the genre, this 200-year-old bracelet is a remarkable find. It is in very good condition with an early meticulous repair noted.
Remarks from Lawrence Jeffrey: “Nature’s fury rendered in color, stone and ancient design. Spectacular!”
Condition: Very good condition.
Weight: 42.4 g
Stones: Carved lava
Hallmarks: Maker's mark N6
Measurements: fits average wrist
Price: $9,800.00
#17892
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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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