From a bangle from the early Victorian era through to Edwardian times, here you can find some antique bangles that can often be worn amongst other bangles or bracelets, or by themselves to make a statement.
Antique bangles can often be worn with other antique jewellery or with modern contemporary pieces and fit right in.
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Incredible to think that it was made well over 100 year ago and still looks so fashionable today.
The buckle design was a traditional Victorian design and this particular buckle bangle has the most elegant hand engraving as well.
Measuring 18.8mm wide and being hinged allows this bangle to sit perfectly and so comfortably on the wrist.
Thanks to its style this is a wonderful example of an antique bangle that can so easily be worn any time of the day or night and always look so beautiful.
In great condition and fully hallmarked, this is a superb antique sterling silver bangle for any woman of any age that will continue to be admired and appreciated every time that it is worn.
Hallmarked: Birmingham 1885
Dating from around 1895, this bangle from the Art Nouveau period embraced not only designs inspired from nature but also the use of the hard to find green gold.
On the front of the bangle is a wonderful floral design typical of Art Nouveau jewellery.
However the charming aspect of this is the use of rose gold and then green gold for the leaves.
Green gold was made using cadmium during the alloying process and it wasn't realised for a few years that this chemical made it toxic while it was in this stage.
However once cooled down from its molten stage it is perfectly safe to touch, polish and of course wear and is of course why green gold is so hard to find in jewellery due to its brief use during this time.
The bangle itself measures 2.6cm wide and is hinged allowing it to sit nice and close to the wrist and with the sterling silver and combination of rose and green gold is so easy to wear with so many outfits.
With a fabulous design combined with rose and green gold, this is certainly a fabulous piece that will always be a talking point whenever it is worn.
Made in 9ct gold this hinged bangle sits so well on the wrist and at each end is a bar design and from one side across to the other this distance measures 43mm and the heart design itself measures 22.1mm wide.
Fitted with a safety chain for added security, this is such a charming and very elegant antique bangle from the Edwardian period that looks so lovely day or night.
Here the bangle is set with 11 perfectly matched Australian solid white opals that graduate in size so elegantly from 4.9mm wide at the ends to 6.8mm wide at the centre opal.
Even well after 100 years the opals are still in superb condition and have so much life and fire to them.
In between each opal are two rose cut diamonds to add that extra charm and sparkle with a further rose cut diamond at each end.
The distance from one end diamond across to the other side measures 54.7mm and being a hinged bangle allows it to sit nice and close to the wrist.
Fitted with a safety chain for added security this is a lovely elegant antique opal and diamond bangle to be worn with pride.
Made in Birmingham in 1888, this lovely Victorian era bangle is made in 15ct gold which was a carat of gold used up until 1932.
The bangle is set with 2 rubies and 13 pearls, however it wasn't simply a matter of just setting the pearls in, as if you look closely they graduate in size so elegantly.
The graduation in size of pearls from smaller to larger and back again is what makes and defines the quality of so many antique pieces such as this one.
With the rubies set at each end to add even more charm and character this really is such an elegant antique bangle that is perfect to wear day or night.
At each end are barbell type bars and from one to the other it measures 36.4mm and each bar measures 9mm wide or 5.7mm without where the pearls are set.
Being hinged allows this bangle to sit nice and close to the wrist and is also fitted with a safety chain for added piece of mind.
No matter when this is worn, this antique ruby and pearl bangle will always be admired.
Hallmarked: Birmingham 1888