Victorian 9ct rose gold turquoise curb chain bracelet

Victorian 9ct rose gold turquoise curb chain bracelet

Code: Ct379

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Beautiful Victorian 9ct rose gold turquoise chain bracelet . Good curb chain bracelet set with pretty green and blue turquoise in wonderful coloured Antique 9ct rose gold. The width of the links is approx 5 mm and 6mm for the larger ones. The circumference of the chain is approx 18cm.  The chain is in good condition (no dings or dents) there is only very minor surface wear to the gold and one of the links has been filed down at some point, presumably to check if they are hollow. Which they are! The clasp works well and the safety chain is intact. Simple and elegant and ready to wear. The chain is 9ct rose gold throughout and  it is hallmarked with a large number 9 and most certainly dates tot he Victorian era. The bracelet weighs a good heavy 8.3g

Please Check Sizes And Weights As JEWELLERY IMAGES ARE ENLARGED. Dark areas are reflections on the gold. 

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Please also note that Antique and Vintage items will show some signs of wear commensurate with age.

Returns are accepted however buyer must pay return postage.

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