An exceptional find, this Georgian chain is a superb example of the Early 19th Century craftspersonship. The prince of Wales link is an extremely desirable early 19th century chain style that has maintained an effervescent popularity with collectors- and this midguard length is particularly elusive for this style, with a sizable barrel clasp! A crowning jewel for any collection.
Materials and Features: 15k gold,
Age/Origin: Georgian, c. 1820
Measurements: Just shy of 32”, 55g
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear. One link has been professionally resoldered. So hard to find now, I am duly impressed with the condition of this example.
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