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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.
The colours and design in this bracelet is just wonderful to admire, and will surprise many when the realise that is was made well over 120 years ago yet still looks as beautiful and fashionable today as when it was made during the Victorian era. Queen Victoria loved her Stuart ancestry and made Scottish agate and jasper jewellery popular, and this bracelet highlights just why this is. Made in sterling silver in the 1890's, the bracelet is made up of eight panels each set with a geometric design that is set with bloodstone and jasper that looks amazing and is highlighted further by the exquisite hand engraving on each panel. Each panel measures 1.5cm wide, and from end to end the bracelet measures 17.2cm in length and looks absolutely stunning on the wrist. This bracelet is so comfortable and practical to wear day or night, and no matter the occasion, it is sure to always be admired. Stock# ET126 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Queen Victoria loved her Stuart history and all that is Scottish, making Scottish agate jewellery or "pebble" jewellery as it is also know, very popular, and here is a very beautiful antique Scottish agate bracelet. Made in the 1890's is sterling silver, the bracelet is set with seven oval pieces of agates and moss agates that all capture the eye and have the most wonderful natural earthy colours to them. With each section measuring 24.5mm by 20mm and from end to end the bracelet measuring 15.2cm in length, this has the look, colours and feel to be easily worn during the day and dressed up during the evening. As beautiful today as when it was made over a century ago, this antique Scottish agate bracelet will always be loved. Stock# ES9085 Circa: 1890 $Sold.