Category: bracelet

Egyptian revival bracelet made from gold-plated silver, France c. 1920s.

Mughal wedding bracelet made from gold and plique-à-jour glass panels, made in India c. 1890 – 1910.

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Mouse jewellery from around 1880: Thornhill Mouse Bangle, 1stdibs / Eccentric Thornhill brooch, Wartski jewelry / 19th Century Boxed Mouse Brooch by Child and Child, 1stdibs / Ring – ‘Mouse chases after cheese’, Inez Stodel

Literature: Charlotte Gere, Judy Rudoe, ‘Jewellery in the Age of Queen Victoria’, page 223 features an advertisement from 1880 with Thornhill’s mouse jewellery.

Explore: Victorian Era Mouse Jewels | Bell and Bird

Unsigned serpentine-metal bracelet, circa 1950s.

Silver bracelet set with agates and garnets, made in Scotland, late Victorian era.

Late Roman or Byzantine Bronze Bracelet With Stylized Floral Designs, 4th-6th Century AD

Approximately 2 inches in diameter by 1.2 inches high. Six engraved box designs, each box with a stylized floral pattern. Box in middle has four pointed rays, sometimes used to portray the holy cross; the other have six to eight rays, used as the holy fish symbol to mark one’s faith.

Late Roman or Byzantine Bronze Bracelet With Stylized Floral Designs, 4th-6th Century AD

Approximately 2 inches in diameter by 1.2 inches high. Six engraved box designs, each box with a stylized floral pattern. Box in middle has four pointed rays, sometimes used to portray the holy cross; the other have six to eight rays, used as the holy fish symbol to mark one’s faith.

Viking Bronze Bracelets With Intricate Details, 9th-10th Century AD

Two bracelets: one approximately 3 inches long
and 2.6 inches in diameter; the other is approximately 3.1 inches long
and 2.8 inches in diameter. Matching hand-stamped design work, each made
from a single sheet of bronze. Likely for a young woman.

Celtic Blue Glass Bracelet, 3rd-2nd Century BC

Greek Silver Bracelet with Gold and Carnelian Terminals, 4th-3rd Century BC