Victorian Gold-Filled Link Bracelet with Ball Motif
A wonderful Victorian era (ca1880) architectural bracelet! With a very unusual design, this gold-filled piece has a very bold look when worn. The bracelet is comprised of a heavy link chain which ends in two large ball-shaped charms. An open ball link can be found near one of the ends, acting as the clasp, allowing the wearer to easily adjust the length. The large, chunky size of the links paired with the 3-dimensional ball makes quite a striking statement when worn! A wonderful example of Victorian era architectural style jewelry, this very unusual piece would make an outstanding addition to the fashion-forward woman's collection!
Measurements: The entire length of the chain is approximately 14.5". The ball-shaped ends have a 1" diameter and the clasp has a 7/8" diameter.
Condition: The overall condition of the piece is great. There is some normal surface wear to the gold-filled balls and links, none of which detracts from the design. The clasp is secure and in good working condition, however, if the links aren't properly placed within it, the clasp can pop open.