Pair of Victorian Wedding Bangles in Gold Filled with Black Enamel. In the Victorian era, bracelets were a customary gift from a man to his betrothed. One bracelet was presented at the engagement and the matching bracelet at the wedding. This pair features plaques with engraved floral detail and decorative finials, with tube bypass construction of black enameled metal.
This pair seems to have been well-loved and the black enamel has suffered from time. However, I believe you could remove the remaining black enamel and polish the bracelets to create a beautiful pair. The hinge mechanisms in both bracelets remain strong and the bracelets are very wearable.
ERA: Victorian, 1880s
METAL/MATERIAL: Gold Filled with Black Enamel
HALLMARKS/HISTORY: Pat. Dec 16. 1879
CONDITION: AS IS Vintage Condition, with significant wear to the enamel. Spring hinge mechanisms are working and remain strong.
SIZE/MEASUREMENTS: 6.25 inch inner diameter and .75 inch width at the decorative plaques
WEIGHT: 37.1 grams
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