Turquoise cabochons were also commonly pave-set in mid-Victorian jewelry covering motif bracelets and necklaces, brooches, and the like. Turquoise enjoyed a resurgence in the late Victorian era and was set in rings, brooches, and earrings but in larger sizes than in earlier periods.
There is something absolutely luminous about the cool tone of the turquoise in the warm 9k that stands out on this bracelet. This piece is memorable and substantial; further accentuated by the large-scale size and utility as a component.
Materials and Features: turquoise cabochons (50), 9k gold
Age/Origin: Victorian, English, c. 1880
Measurements: 8", 14.36 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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