A total of five colorful agate gemstones are capped with engraved sterling silver terminals in this Scottish 19th-century buckle bracelet. A large functioning engraved silver buckle closes the bracelet with the agates all varying in color from a rich deep brown, carnelian orange, and translucent beige. A rare, very hard to find antique Scottish bracelet with exceptional workmanship!
Materials: Sterling silver
Gemstone: Agates - Each measures 1 1/8 inches long and just a tad shy of 3/4 inches tall.
Measurements: 7 1/3 inches long worn on the center hole although can adjust smaller to 6.75 by wearing on the smallest hole larger on the last hole.
Weight: 25.2 grams
Date: Circa late 1800s
Hallmarks: NA - tested and guaranteed
Condition: Very good showing little to no wear with a fissure on one of the brown agate stones which is natural and not a chip. The banded agate stones display beautiful coloring. A timeless and elegant piece of antique jewelry!