One of the best examples of a Victorian curb bracelet I've seen and I've seen a few!
It's difficult to really explain just how substantial this bracelet is. Often I'm selling Albert chains, double the length and around 20 to 30 grams in weight. This bracelet is a smidge under 7" in length and 30.3 grams on the scales. That is a LOT of gold that's been packed in to this babe.
The links are solid and each one is stamped, twice. The jump rings are solid and they are stamped. The tbar is solid and it is stamped. As is the dog clip. You get the picture.
The thing that really made this bracelet stand out to me, aside from the sheer heft, is the colour of the gold. It's as yellow as you can get Victorian 9ct and they rreally are like a needle in a haystack.
A truly beautiful piece of heirloom jewellery that you will wear with pride.
*Please note the length, it is short and the width provides a snug fit. My wrist is 6" and it fits perfectly, it isn't suitable for a wrist larger than 6".
*In the photos where the bracelet is in wear, it is the one that sits at the top, closest to my hand.
Heavy antique curb bracelet with tbar and dog clip
Material - 9ct gold
Hallmarks - 9 | 375
Country of origin - England
Total length - 6.75" (dog clip to end jump ring)
Width - 8mm
Weight - 30.3g
Condition - stunning antique condition with crisp hallmarks. The dog clip is secure and in full working order. One jump ring is slightly open but is incredibly solid and secure and is not a risk.
All of my pieces are at the very least pre-owned and most of them are vintage or antique. This item is not brand new and as such, will not look brand new. Please expect signs of wear to include kinks in links, surface wear to gold, scuffs to stones and accept this as part and parcel of buying second hand jewellery. I will be as clear as I can with item descriptions and condition statements and aim to make sure you are aware of any potential defects before you buy. Please study the photos carefully as they form part of the condition statement.