A rare golden embossed Victorian bangle bracelet. The bracelet is not marked as to gold content but does appear to be gold-filled. Embossed on the front only. The centers of the two embossed flowers are set with jade centers. The stones are bezel set and in excellent condition with just very slight surface wear. No scratches or chips. The clasp is a push type and in perfect working condition. The overall condition of the bracelet is Very Good with one very shallow dent that is 1/4 inch long by 1/8 inch wide. This shows up in the second image as a shadow area on the side of the back side of the bracelet. Difficult to see when the bracelet is on so certainly doesn't detract from its beauty in any way. There are two tiny little dings near this dent and one pinhead size ding on the front side of the bracelet. This pinhead ding shows up in the fourth image as a tiny dark area. The back of the bracelet shows slight surface wear commensurate with its age. The bracelet is oval in shape to fit the wrist perfectly. Inside circumference is 7 inches. 1/2 inch wide. The jade stones are 7mm x 5mm and protrude 3mm from the bezel settings. Not hallmarked. Gift boxed. (The box is not vintage or antique.)
- Circa: 1880s
- Composition: Gold-filled set with jade stones.
- Size: 7 inches inside circumference. Band, 1/2 inch wide.
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