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Here is such a beautiful and romantic antique turquoise bracelet that has so much detail that it is incredible to think that it was made 150 years ago. Dating from the 1870's, the bracelet was made in 18 carat yellow gold and is designed with the most beautifully shaped sections that are not only set with turquoise, but also so exquisitely hand engraved. The detail in this bracelet is just amazing and will no doubt always be admired every time that it is worn. Set at the centre is a gorgeous turquoise set heart that sways delicately on the wrist and adds even more charm and character to the bracelet. Then turning the bracelet over, there is a charming locket section for an image of a loved one that shows just how romantic and special this bracelet is. Measuring 17.5cm in length, this is an amazing bracelet from every angle and side that you look at it. Stock# ET586 Circa: 1870 $5,200
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The combination of rose gold, pearls, diamonds and of course the design itself of the this bracelet, all come together to create a wonderful antique bracelet that will always be suitable to wear for any occasion. Dating from the early 1900's, the design alone of this bracelet is just gorgeous and feels so smooth and comfortable to wear. With a beautiful double circular design that is set with a pearl, there is also the gate section, each set with a European cut diamond . These diamonds total 0.48 carats and add the perfect amount of sparkle to the bracelet that will certainly catch the eye. Measuring 18cm in length and fitted with a hidden clasp, it measures 7.4mm wide making it perfect to wear on its own, or alongside a watch or bangle. As beautiful today and simply perfect, this bracelet will always be admired. Stock# ET547 Circa: 1910 $Sold
Prince Edward looked upon peridot as his lucky stone making it very popular and often seen in jewellery of the early 1900â€™s when this gorgeous bracelet was made. Set with not only peridots, but pearls as well, the bracelet was made in 15 carat rose gold, with the gold having such a charming and delightful warm colour to it that looks even more amazing on the wrist. The combination of the pearls, peridot and rose gold work so well together and all of this is complimented by the elegant design that makes it the perfect bracelet to wear during the day as well as for those special occasions in the evening. Measuring 19cm in length, at the widest sections, it measures 1.5cm wide and is fitted with a concealed clasp and safety chain. This is a testament to jewellery of the early 20th Century that has stood and lasted the test of time that is as beautiful and elegant today as when it was made. Stock# ET418 Circa: 1910 $Sold
The warm glow of rose gold, combined with such an elegant design in a bracelet that was made during the fabulous Art Deco period of the 1920's culminate in this wonderful Art Deco gate bracelet that still looks as fashionable and elegant today as when it was made. Made in 9 carat rose gold, the design of the bracelet is still so modern and contemporary in design and will surprise many when they discover that it is 100 years old, yet still looks new. The design is so fabulous to admire and the bracelet feels wonderful to wear all the time. The geometric links measure 1cm wide and 18cm from end to end, and the bracelet is fitted with a safety chain connected to an elegant and romantic heart shaped padlock. Perfect for day or night, this bracelet will be the perfect accessory to any outfit and occasion. Stock# ET346 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a wonderful Art Deco bracelet that not only looks fabulous, but has such an incredible tactile feel to it that wraps beautifully around the wrist. Dating from the 1920's Art Deco period, this bracelet was made in 15 carat gold and platinum in a wonderful woven link design that contrasts so well which is exemplified by the somewhat chequerboard design. Measuring 9.5mm wide, this makes it the perfect width to wear on its own, or alongside a watch or bangle as well as comfortable and practical enough to wear for any occasion. From end to end the bracelet measures 18cm, and it was designed with an ingenious and secure clasp to make sure that it always remains on. With a design that is as fashionable today as when it was made, this bracelet will always be admired and treasured. Stock# ET468 Circa: 1920 $5,800
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Here is a wonderful antique Scottish agate bracelet that truly stands out thanks to not only the amazing colour and patterns in the agate, but also by the vibrant golden orange of the citrine sitting majestically in the centre. Made in sterling silver in the 1890's, the centre section has such a wonderful radiating design to it that makes it so beautiful to admire from near or far. Set with eight fancy sections of agate, this section measures 42.4mm wide and has the most elegant border of sterling silver that has been exquisitely hand engraved. With the citrine in the centre able to seemingly glow, this makes it the perfect piece to wear day or night and always get the admiration that it truly deserves. With the agate and engraved borders going all the way around to the back, at the back it measures 1.3cm wide, and from end to end the bracelet measures 17.5cm in length. Fitted with a hidden clasp and safety chain, this is a gorgeous antique Scottish agate bracelet that would be perfect for any occasion. Stock# ET458 Circa: 1890 Sold
Queen Victoria loved her Stuart history and all that is Scottish, making Scottish agate jewellery or â€śpebbleâ€ť jewellery as it is also know, very popular, and here is a very wide and romantic antique Scottish agate bracelet that is exquisite from one end to the other. Made in sterling silver in the 1880's, the bracelet is set with three pieces of agate with the largest one measuring 4cm wide and certainly standing out on the wrist. Measuring 21.5cm in length, each of the panels in between have been so incredibly and highly detail hand engraved which would not have only taken a considerable amount of time, but was obviously done by an expert engraver. And the clasp at the back is just so romantic and beautiful to admire with a gorgeous heart shaped clasp that makes this such a unique and special piece. From the warm colour of the agate, the hand engraving and all the way to the heart shaped clasp at the back, this antique bracelet is sure to become a family heirloom. Stock# ET398 Circa: 1880 $Sold.
This bracelet is so elegant and refined and typical of the elegant jewellery of the Edwardian era in which it was made, and will be the perfect piece to wear for any occasion. Made in the Edwardian era of the early 1900's in 15 carat gold, not only is the bracelet set with five aquamarines, but they also elegantly graduate in size leading to the largest one in the centre at the opposite side of the concealed clasp. The aquamarines all come together to total 2.80 carats, and all are so well matched in colour and clarity. With the fancy links between each set with charming seed pearls, this is one bracelet that is so elegant that will also surprise many when they realise that it is over 100 years old, yet still as fashionable today as when it was made. Measuring 19cm in length, regardless of the time of day or night that this is worn, there is no doubt that it will always be loved, admired and cherished. Stock# ET260 Circa: 1910 $4,200
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This antique bracelet is spectacular in not only its design and sensational ruby and diamonds, but also by the way it has ingeniously been made. Dating from the early 1900's, the bracelet was made in 15 carat gold, with the gold having the most delicate soft rose colour that looks even more amazing when worn against the skin and has such an elegant smooth and tactile feel to it. In the centre sits a stunning natural ruby that measures 1 carat in weight and displays such a fine red matched with a superb clarity. This combination of colour and clarity really highlight this bracelet and then it is surrounded by twelve European cut diamonds that total 0.48 carats, with a further three more European cut diamonds on each side that total 0.14 carats. The cluster section measure 11.2mm by 10.1mm across, and laid out from end to end, then bracelet measures 16cm, however in a brilliant way, the links were made with springs between the links allowing it to stretch further, and once placed put on, it sits snug and securely on the wrist. Fitted with a safety chain for added security, this is an exceptional bracelet from every aspect that you admire it from. Stock# U225 Circa: 1910 $17,600
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Wits its dense black colour, tactile feel and alternating panels of smooth and hand engraved sections, this antique Whitby jet bracelet will be perfect to wear for all occasions, day or night. Whitby jet jewellery such as this one was very popular in the late Victorian era of the 1890's when this was also made, and thanks to the soft curve of each panel and the way it has been strung on an elastic cord, these two features allow it to wrap perfectly around the wrist making it so comfortable. With eight smooth panels, and eight engraved, the bracelet links measure 31.5mm wide, and will be easily become your "go to" bracelet for any event. ET168 Circa: 1890 $Sold.