Here is a pristine example of an Etruscan revival bangle, likely by Castellani or Brogden firms. A lightweight piece that boasts two square terminals into which two diamonds create medieval-esque elements.
Covered by hand in caning and granulation, the trademarked elements of this piece show an ode to the Etruscan revival during the late 19th Century. This stunning bangle was likely in response to the archeological discoveries that paved the way for Castellani and Brogden firms to revitalize and forever change the course of jewelry history during the revival movement.
Materials and Features: 15k gold, diamond
Measurements: 6.5” wrist, 13.4 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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