We especially love antique Victorian bangles!
and actually all kinds of bracelets really....
Antique Bangles and Bracelets
Victorian 10kt pinkish gold mesh bracelet with sliding buckle mechanism, tassel end and a center medallion with engraved mono "AKB" , circa 1870s-80s, measuring 5/8" wide, and just about the right fit for a 6- 1/2" wrist
Very interesting Art Deco 18kt white gold faceted bead citrine bracelet connected with worked wire links, measuring 7” long with a 2” dangle with a larger citrine bead at the end, circa 1920
Victorian 14kt yellow gold oval locket bracelet with a flexible link (1/2" wide) and tongue-in-groove clasp locking at the front with a lovely flower engraving detail on front and “ME Wotherspoon” (1-1/4”), circa 1850, 6-3/4” long
14kt pinkish gold "slip on" bangle measuring 2-1/2” across with a elogated horizontal set diamond design, by Binder Bros. Inc (round BB in two interlocking circles hallmark) circa 1940s for an average sized wrist
Art Deco 14kt white gold filigree line bracelet with flexible rectangular links set with a diamond (.06ct) and two square cut synthetic, circa 1920s, and measuring 7” long and 1/4” wide with an unusual “bayonet” sliding clasp
Victorian antique 14kt wide belt buckle bangle with a tailored and simple design, circa 1890, yellow gold and hinged with a “tongue-in-groove” measuring 1” wide and 2-3/8” across for a fit on an average sized wrist
Estate 14kt yellow gold bangle with the top white gold set with eight pearls (4mm) with the center pearl (6mm) and alternating round diamonds in between and in the swirls (.33ct TW) diamonds, circa 1950s, fitting a small sized wrist and measuring 2-1/4” across
Estate 14kt Lucien Piccard bracelet watch with discs with pearls in the center of the rays, circa 1950s, with the watch hidden in the center with a mother of pearl face and tongue-in-groove catch measuring 6-1/2" total length fitting a smaller sized wrist
Vintage 14kt yellow gold “scarab” with seven carved scarab cabochons bracelet in various semiprecious gemstones including amethyst, tigers eye and carnelian set in a larger and heavier gauge construction, circa 1960s, measuring 7” long