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Not only does this bangle have the most beautiful warm tone thanks to the rose gold, but the front is so exquisitely hand engraved that it will have you admiring it every time that it is on your wrist. Made in 1939, the bangle measures 11.5mm wide and being hinged allows it to sit nice and close to the wrist and is incredibly comfortable to wear all the time, day or night. Whereas today many engraved pieces are either done today by machine or simply stamped out, the front of this bangle was beautifully hand engraved. The time and skill needed to hand engrave this would have been immense and is a true testament to the skill of the engraver. Not only is it wonderful to admire, but it is also so tactile to the touch and will amaze all who see it. Perfect for any occasion, this bangle is one that will always be perfect for any occasion. Stock# ES9941 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1939 $3,400
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Malachite has such a lovely green colour and here is a very attractive malachite and sterling silver bangle made in the Art Deco period of the 1930's that sits so comfortably on the wrist. Made in such an ingenious design where the malachite is set into a sterling silver support with four very attractive engraved sections, even the clasp is so charming with a heart design on it. These four sections really add so much additional charm and character to it and the silver section inside makes it so comfortable to wear all the time. Fitted with a safety chain for added security, this a perfect example of a piece of jewellery that can easily be dressed up or down depending on the occasion and anytime of the day or night. Stock# ES9004 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Perfect for any time of the day or night as well as any occasion, there is no doubt that this sterling silver Art Deco guillochĂ© enamel arm bangle made in the 1920's will always be admired thanks for the beautiful enamel as well as its colour. Going back to the 18th Century, guillochĂ© is a decorative technique in which a very precise and repetitive pattern is engraved into an underlying material such as gold or silver and then the enamel applied over the top. After the firing process is completed, it is polished back to a high lustre revealing the engraved pattern below the surface as can be seen in this bangle. The pattern is really captivating and the enamel has such a wonderful tactile feel to it, and of course this wonderful powder blue colour is just amazing. Measuring 8.7mm wide, the internal diameter measures 7cm across which will allow it to sit higher up the arm than just on the wrist and gives that reminiscent look of the fabulous Art Deco period of the 1920's. With the enamel still in wonderful condition, this is a very beautiful and attractive example of a genuine Art Deco bangle that will always be loved. Stock# ES8442 Circa: 1920 $Sold.