A fabulous antique Victorian bracelet hailing from Scotland, and from the late 19th century, c1880! Also known as Scottish pebble jewelry, the good-sized bracelet is crafted in sterling silver and features seven links, comprised of Scottish agate, jaspagate, and one beautiful Scottish Cairngorm citrine gem. Four links feature three elongated rows of slightly domed profiles, each embellished with agates and jaspagates inlaid along the design. In between these links are two north-south links, one link features a banded agate inlay, and the other link features a burnt-orange jaspagate. The largest center link boasts a natural Scottish Cairngorm citrine which rests in a slightly elevated sawtooth bezel. The Cairngorm citrine is bordered by an etched silver border, and additionally framed by an agate and jaspagate inlaid dome rim. Each link is adorned with a beautiful and fanciful scroll and flower hand-engraving... adding further charm and character to the bracelet! An integrated tongue clasp secures the bracelet nicely. The polished Scottish agate and jaspagate stones display a lovely variation of warm Autumnal tones, which look fabulous against the silver. Overall length of the bracelet is 19cm (7 1/2" inches).
A superb piece of Scottish history which would make a special addition to any jewelry collection!
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