An outstanding 15k Greco-Roman archaeological revival collar with hundreds of hand wrought links. This outrageous collar has an entirely hidden clasp, reminding us of the finest original roman examples, even similar to ancient collars on display at the MET. The construction underscores the intersectional aspect of 19th century archeological revival, as the coils pull from medieval chainmail designs.
Materials & Features: 15K gold
Age/Origin: English, 1870
Measurements: 14”, 30.4g
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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