• SOLD Victorian Cabochon Garnet Flower Bangle


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    A beautiful bracelet from the late Victorian/early Edwardian period. The bracelet is made from 9ct gold and has a wonderful flower at the top that has four 'petals', each of which is a deep red cabochon garnet. At the centre of the flower is a little half pearl. This centrepiece has likely come from an alternative piece of jewellery, judging by the back, and has been set on the top of the plain 9ct gold bangle. The bangle has a good shape and springs open via a hook fastening at the back of the flower. 


    Materials - 9ct Gold (tested), Garnets, Pearl

    Age - C1900s

    Size - The bracelet measures 2 3/8" internal diameter. It would fit a small wrist, around 6"

    Condition - Good. One garnet has quite a major inclusion, which I have photographed. There is a little anomoly on the surface due to this. Another has an internal crack that does not appear to meet the surface. Both stones seem stable in their settings and the photos are true to life. The price has been adjusted accordingly.

    Weight - 6.5g