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The Albert chain or fob watch chain as they are also known by, was made to hold a gents pocket watch on a vest, however a full double Albert such as this one here, is today more commonly worn around a womanâ€™s neck were they sit perfectly and really make a statement. This one was made in the late Victorian era of the 1890's, and was made in 9 carat rose gold. The colour of modern rose gold is so often very pink whereas antique rose gold such as this has that delightful warm tone to it that is so desired and looks amazing set against any skin tone. The colour of the gold is so beautiful and highlights the design on the Albert chain so well. Measuring a full 53cm in length, this will easily sit around the neck and the link design is just so beautiful to admire from near or far. The long links have so much detail as do the smaller links, and even the tee bar at the centre has a wonderful design and texture to it, rarely seen on tee bars. From afar, the lovely bold design as well as the colour will make this always be admired, and the closer you get and see all the small detail will continue to amaze all who see it. A truly exceptional antique Albert chain to be worn with pride. Stock# U102 Circa: 1890 $4,400
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Originally designed to hold a gents pocket watch, the Albert chain is now more commonly seen worn around a woman's neck, and here is a lovely antique sterling silver Albert chain made in 1915. With beautiful solid curb links that graduate so elegantly from 9mm to 6.5mm, this Albert chain measures a full 51cm in length making it so comfortable and easy to wear around the neck. Whereas many of these wont be long enough to wear around the neck or have had pieces added, this one is all original and being made in the UK has each individually stamped. Fitted with a swivel at each end and a tee bar in the centre, this is a lovely example of an antique Albert chain that is not only so versatile, but in wonderful condition and a lovely solid example to match. Stock# ES7440 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1915 $Sold.