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Antique c1900 Sterling Silver Albert Fob Chain Necklace with Medallion, 15"

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A fabulous antique fob chain from the early Edwardian era, c1900's! Made of solid sterling silver, the smooth lithe curb links feature a dangling t-bar and two-tone award medallion. The 15" inch length would make it suitable for a short necklace or double wrap bracelet. The heavy rounded curb link i ...Read more
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A fabulous antique fob chain from the early Edwardian era, c1900's! Made of solid sterling silver, the smooth lithe curb links feature a dangling t-bar and two-tone award medallion. The 15" inch length would make it suitable for a short necklace or double wrap bracelet. The heavy rounded curb link is complete with original dog clips at each end and there is a further length of chain which suspends an attractive antique medallion and separate t-bar. The pierced fanciful Edwardian-era medallion has decorative engraved flourishes and boasts an applied rose gold plaque decorated with a wreath, shield centre and scroll atop. There are lovely engraved accents and letters 'BAFC' are engraved to the shield. The reverse bears an engraved inscription "W.A LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1902-03 S.AIREY" along with a set of Birmingham hallmarks for year 1902. The chain is stamped S.S for sterling silver to the dog clips, as well as the t-bar. Likely Australian provenance.

A timeless piece of jewellery, perfect for everyday wear...

Edwardian, early 1900's
Sterling silver (tested)
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"SS" to the necklace, and Birmingham stamps to the medallion (yr 1902), as well as makers mark "WA", likely that of Birmingham maker 'William Adams'
49.28 grams
15" inch (38cm) chain total length, 6.50cm total (longest) pendant drop, t-bar
The antique chain presents in Excellent condition. Besides normal surface wear and some light surface patina, the chain presents to the eye in wonderful condition throughout. The dog clips work well and all of the links are securely connected together with little wear visible. A charming antique piece which can be enjoyed for another century, or more!

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