Bracelets

Ciner 1970s Enamel and Rhinestone Vintage Zebra Cuff

£295.00

This stylish cuff was made in c.1970 by the American Ciner company. Their animal inspired designs are extremely collectable. 

Condition Report:

Excellent

 

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    1950s Vintage Faux Pearl Bracelet

    £75.00

    This pretty bracelet was created the 1950s. It is an elegant example of vintage costume jewellery.

    Condition Report:

    Excellent

     

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      Early to Mid 1800s Cut Steel Antique Horseshoe Bangle

      £245.00

      This delicate example of cut steel jewellery dates from the early 1800s.

      Condition Report:

      Good - The band of the bangle is slightly mis-shapen. This is only apparent upon very close inspection and does not detract from the appeal of the piece.

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        Givenchy 1977 Gold Plate and Orange Lucite Vintage Cuff

        £195.00

        This stylish cuff was made in 1977 by Givenchy.

        Condition Report:

        Very Good - A little faint scratching to the gold plated surface of the bracelet. This is only visible upon very close inspection and does not detract from the appeal of the cuff. 

         

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          1920s Art Deco Celluloid, Ruby Rhinestone and Metal Studded Vintage Snake Bangle

          £160.00

          Symbolic and striking, this rare 1920s snake bangle exudes Art Deco style.

          Condition Report:

          Very Good - Some darkening to a couple of the colourless paste stones and a couple of the metal studs are missing. This is consistent with age and is only visible upon close inspection. It does not detract from the appeal of the bangle. 

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            Andreas Daub 1930s Art Deco Rolled Gold Vintage Snake Cuff

            £230.00

            Symbolic and striking, this snake cuff was created by the German Andreas Daub company in the 1930s. 

            Condition Report:

            Very Good - A little rubbing to the metal tip of the snake's tail. This is only visible upon very close inspection. It is consistent with age and use and does not detract from the appeal of the piece. 

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