Watch chains will always hold a special place in the world of antique jewelry; they are a sort of comeback kid of epic proportion. Originally designed as a utilitarian object to temper the whereabouts of watches and fobs, today they have become evergreen stacking ellements, essential to any versatile antique jewelry component wardrobe.
This particular watch chain is a stand-out to me, as she enjoys one of the most dramatic gold color dualities I've ever seen. An outstanding Edwardian link of white and pink gold, this beautiful watch chain is of the highest quality with her elegant white stations and hallmark stamp. Circa 1915, this lovely American example boasts a C clasp, dog clip, and a sizable 13.5" length. A chic addition to any chain collection, and would make a dramatic extension.
Age/ Origin: American, 1915
Condition: Excellent. In superb shape, this chain is quite posh and cutting edge for her age. The chain falls properly and works wonders for any pendant.