It is incredible to look and admire this bracelet and think that it was made over 100 years ago yet still looks as modern today as it did over a century ago and is still in superb condition even after all these years.
Made in the Edwardian period of the early 1900’s, the Edwardian period (1901-1910) came at a time of a new century and after years of Queen Victoria being in mourning and resulted in some wonderful new creations for the jewellery that was being produced during this time.
This bracelet was made in 15ct gold and is made in a buckle design. Although the buckle design was popular during the late Victorian times, this buckle design is unto itself with the wonderful mesh design.
The design of the buckle is not just for looks as it does actually function as such and can be fitted into one of three holes in the bracelet.
From end to end the bracelet measures 22.3cm in length and from one end to the holes it then measures 21cm to the last hole, 20cm to the centre hole and 18.6cm to the first hole.
The mesh design bracelet measures 1.7cm wide and at the buckle itself 1.9cm wide and looks and feels so smooth and elegant on the wrist.
This antique mesh and buckle design bracelet is just incredible to wear all the time and to think of the time and age that it came from is truly extraordinary and a piece of antique jewellery that will always be worn with both pride and pleasure.