Victorian Garnet Wedding Bracelet Pair
Extravagantly ornamented matched pair of Victorian wedding bangle bracelets circa 1882. Each bangle displays a rose gold double band in the front with each arm ending in gold Etruscan granulation design puctuated with rose cut garnets. Curving spring loaded gold tubular bands cross over in the back. Very rare to find a matching set in exquisite condition with such a feminine delicate theme!
During Victorian times, a bracelet was given and worn when betrothed and the matching bangle worn after marriage. A sentimental and endearing tradition of love!
Materials: Rose gold filled
Measurements: Model wrist in photos is 5.75 inches. Each bracelet measures 5.75 inches on the inside at rest. The bangles can accommodate a larger wrist as the arms are expandable.
Hallmarks: Plaque on the back of both marked Mar 21, '82
Condition: Shimmering patina to the rose gold and gold filled elements. There is minimal wear to note...a very well cared for antiquity!