The curb link bracelet is such a timeless and traditional design that has stood the test of time regarding and has always been in style throughout the ages, and here is a lovely antique curb link bracelet that will suit any woman of any age.
Made in the early 1900's in 9 carat rose gold, even the colour of the gold is charming with its lovely warm tone to it, that looks even better when worn on the wrist. The colour and design of this bracelet is so elegant and refined that it will be perfect to wear for any time of the day or night as well as for any occasion, both formal and informal.
The links measures 1.2cm wide and from end to end the bracelet measures 19.5cm,and is fitted with a safety chain for added security, and has a very sleek clasp that simply slides into itself completing the uninterrupted look of the bracelet.
This bracelet will easily become your "go to" piece to wear for any occasion.
$3,750 (On hold S)
Antique curb link bracelet
Antique curb link bracelet in rose gold and made in the early 1900's.
When was the Edwardian era?
The Edwardian era was technically from his reign from 1901 until 1910. However in recent years, it has become accepted to extend this until 1914 to the start of World War One.
What is rose gold?
Gold is alloyed with other metals to both harden and sometimes alter the colour of the gold. Whereas pure gold is very bright yellow in colour, it is also quite soft and malleable. This makes it unsuitable for jewellery as it will often break or split. Other metals are added such as copper and silver to make it harder. not only will this make the gold jewellery more durable, it will also alter the colour. The yellow colour may "soften" in its tone, or adding copper can make it more of a warm rose colour.
Where can I buy antique jewellery in Sydney?
From Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney. At Kalmar Antiques, we have a large range of antique jewellery and watches from the Georgian era right up to today. This includes a wide range of antique engagement rings.
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