top of page

Now then, when I say this bracelet is truly beautiful, I mean it. If I'd have saved a pound for everytime someone asked me about my own Albertina bracelet, I'd be living on top of a mountain of pound coins.


I bought mine around 3 years ago and I haven't seen one I love as much, until now. These are not easy to find, especially in perfect condition and I am thrilled to be able to offer it to you. 


Albertinas were watch chains worn by women during the Victorian period (and long after) while men were wearing their Albert chains. Finer and more decorative than an Albert, you often find them multi standed and with feminine detail, completely opposite to the Albert chains we know and love. I wear mine next to an Albert of course because what's better than this match made in heaven to be jangling about on the wrist together.


If you wear an Albert round your wrist, you know what to do...


A double row of ribbed belcher links with fixed faceted stations at each end, with plain belcher links either side, one end linking to a dog clip and the other to a tbar, with an extender chain to have charms from.


  • Material - 9ct rosy gold
  • Hallmarks - 9CT tag, 9CT to dog clip, 9CT/JS to tbar
  • Country of origin - England
  • Length - 7.25" (dog clip to jump ring)
  • Length of extender chain - 2.7cm
  • Length of tbar - 2.8cm
  • Total width of double row - 5.5mm
  • Width of single row - 2.5mm
  • Weight - 7.3g
  • Condition - beautiful antique condition, very minor wear to note and no evidence of past repair work




Victorian Albertina Bracelet

Out of Stock
  • All of my pieces are at the very least pre-loved 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 sustainable jewellery. I will be as clear as I can with item descriptions and aim to make sure you are aware of any potential defects before you buy.

bottom of page