This unusual bracelet is quite a stylish piece from the Victorian (ca1880) era! The 9k rosy yellow gold setting features a series of ball links that alternate with sections of chain links, forming a flexible wrap-around strand. Each ball link is speckled with small turquoise cabochons that vary from robin's egg blue to teal blue/green. The bracelet fastens with a hidden push clasp within one of the turquoise adorned balls. The tongue of the push clasp is marked "9ct" for gold purity. The final ball link is the largest, which dangles as a charm hanging at the side of the wrist when worn. A wearable piece, it would make a fun and unique addition to any jewelry collection!
Measurements: The bracelet measures 8 1/2" long, and would fit best on a large sized wrist. The largest ball link at the end measures 15mm in size, and hangs 1" long from its jump ring. The smaller ball links measure 8mm in size.
Condition: The bracelet is in excellent antique condition. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold-filled setting. All of the turquoise stones do remain intact and are securely set. There is a natural patina on the surface of the setting, which adds to the authentic antique appeal of the piece.