Antique Victorian Pink Topaz Emerald Bracelet 18ct Gold With Box


A lavish antique Victorian bracelet beautifully preserved from the mid-19th Century. It displays a sumptuous domed gallery in the centre consisting of elaborate foliate metalwork and detailed engraving with six foil-backed pink topaz and five green emeralds crowned on top. 

Topaz is the birthstone of November. The pink variety comes in shades of soft pink or fiery red and like a ruby is considered a stone of the heart. A symbol of femininity and romance, it’s said to bring good fortune in love, providing happiness and vitality to any relationship.

The piece is fashioned entirely in 18ct gold and is fitted with a fabulous articulated band made up of scrolled links and a box clasp. It’s a remarkable antique bracelet and is even accompanied by its original fitted box with a plush cream velvet interior and navy leatherette exterior.

We recommend you insure for £4,000. We can provide a written Valuation on completion of the sale. 

WEIGHT: 14.7 grams

MEASURES: Length 6.5 inches – Gallery Height 23mm x Width 42mm x Depth 12mm – Band Width 9mm

METAL: 18ct Gold (Tested)

STONES: Pink Topaz (Largest 5 x 10mm, approx. 1.5ct – 6.6ct total), Emeralds (approx. 0.20ct total)

AGE: Victorian. (Circa 1840 – 1850)

CONDITION: Excellent condition for its age


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