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Incredible antique turquoise bracelet with a locket compartment

Here is such a beautiful and romantic antique turquoise bracelet that has so much detail that it is incredible to think that it was made 150 years ago.

Dating from the 1870's, the bracelet was made in 18 carat yellow gold and is designed with the most beautifully shaped sections that are not only set with turquoise, but also so exquisitely hand engraved. The detail in this bracelet is just amazing and will no doubt always be admired every time that it is worn.

Set at the centre is a gorgeous turquoise set heart that sways delicately on the wrist and adds even more charm and character to the bracelet.

Then turning the bracelet over, there is a charming locket section for an image of a loved one that shows just how romantic and special this bracelet is.

Measuring 17.5cm in length, this is an amazing bracelet from every angle and side that you look at it.


Stock# ET586

Circa: 1870



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Antique turquoise bracelet . Incredible antique turquoise bracelet with a locket compartment

This antique bracelet is set with natural turquoise and is set with a locket compartment behind the heart.

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