Important Georgian Sterling Silver Chain Bracelet

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An important Georgian sterling silver tubular chain bracelet with a rondell clasp decorated with cannetile. Circa 1810.

About the time period: A period of history running from 1714 to 1830, named after the English kings George I-IV. Moving away from the heavy enamels of the seventeenth century Georgian jewelry became lighter and more airy. It is a period generally characterized by exquisite goldwork and the use of Old Mine cut, rose cut and table cut stones. Common motifs are stars, ribbons, scrolls and flowers. Popular trends were memorial jewelry, cameos and intaglios, neoclassical motifs, Berlin iron and painted miniatures. Many Georgian pieces were later re-set to reflect more contemporary Victorian design, making original and intact pieces highly collectible.

  • Length:  8 inches 
STOCK NO. G23567
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