What an attractive antique bangle with the buckle design.
The buckle design was quite often used as a motif in jewellery from the late Victorian to early Edwardian eras and was used not only in bangles but also in rings and lockets.
This particular antique bangle with the buckle motif was made around 1900 and was made in 15ct yellow gold.
15ct gold was stopped being used in 1932 and is becoming sought after by collectors of antique jewellery.
Making this antique bangle even more attractive, it is set with 2 solid opals and a diamond, and the bangle and stones are in fantastic condition even after well over 100 years.
The bangle measures 11.2mm wide at the buckle, and goes down to 8.2mm wide and is the perfect width to wear either on its own or with another antique bangle or bracelet.
Being a hinged bangle means it is in an oval shape and makes the bangle sit nice and close to the wrist, and can easily be worn all the time.
This is a very lovely example of an antique bangle with a buckle design that is neither over the top or something that wont get noticed and looks and feels so good on the wrist.
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