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Early Art Deco English Sterling Silver Scottish Agate Link Bracelet

SKU: 46985
Sale price$795

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A stunning English silver and agate bracelet from the early Art Deco (1918) era! The piece is comprised of six sterling silver and agate links, which are connected by a silver push clasp. The stones set in the links includes banded agate and jasper, which have beautiful earthy hues of orange, white, green, blue, and brown. The stones are connected by sterling silver geometric links, which are linked together with small jump rings to allow them to move freely. The inside of the bracelet is stamped with a series of English hallmarks including an anchor, the English lion, and a lowercase "t", indicating the piece was made in 1918 in Birmingham, England. Additionally, there is a JC&S maker's mark and an inscription reading "98 Bents Rd Sheffield.II." and another inscription reading "C.Benzies KKBZ/40/2". A fantastic and very unusual Scottish agate piece, it would make a special addition to any collection!

Measurements: The bracelet measures approximately 6" long. Each agate link measures 3/4" long and has a diameter of 1/2". The padlock clasp measures a little more than 1/2" wide.

Condition: The overall condition of the bracelet is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the agate and the push clasp is in good working condition.
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Early Art Deco English Sterling Silver Scottish Agate Link Bracelet
Early Art Deco English Sterling Silver Scottish Agate Link Bracelet Sale price$795

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