This gleaming antique English sterling silver bangle has a one-of-a-kind, buttoned shirt-cuff motif. From the Victorian Period, this motif is highly sought after and a bit hard to find. It's the first double cuff we've found.
You can see the quality in the realistic details: from the finely twisted (granulated) silver cord that mimics the thread or stitches around the button holes to the center panel that looks like a corset.
It has a push-in tongue and groove closure, which closes securely.
Pairing a heavy linked Albert watch chain or collar necklace with a silver buttoned cuff bangle can transform jeans and a t-shirt, or add a bit of edge to a black cocktail dress.
Dimensions & Details
- The bangle is sterling silver.
- It is a little over 1 inch or 25 mm tall/wide. The inside circumference of the bangle is approximately 6 3/4 inches. It would best fit a wrist with a circumference of 6 1/2 inches or smaller.
- The inside diameter (long side) is 2.52 inches or 57 mm.
Period & Hallmarks
- Hallmarked: Birmingham, Sterling Silver, 1883. Maker's: Mark Lawrence Emanuel.
- The bracelet is in good antique condition. There are signs of wear and use commensurate with age: fine/light surface scratches and a few shallow dent/dings on the back half of the bracelet, which are not very noticeable (see images).
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