1860-80’s Antique Scottish Silver Agate Buckle Bracelet
An excellent example of an antique Scottish agate bracelet with unmarked engraved silver buckle and fixings. In lovely condition as can be seen in the photos. The fine natural Scottish agate stones show their natural grain within. With classic carnelian banded agate from near Cupar in Fife and brown and white banded agates from Scurdie Ness on the east coast. Scottish agates are a strong mineral sometimes known as ‘ Earth Rainbow ‘ due to the wide range of colours that can be seen in the stones.
This fabulous Scottish Sterling Silver Agate bracelet is genuine Victorian Circa 1860. The agate jewellery was made popular by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert following her trips to Scotland in the 1850-60’s and her purchase of Balmoral Castle.
The clasp is engraved with a floral design and in in great working order. Measures 22cm to fit 17.5cm – 20.5cm ( 7″ – 8″ ) wrist Full length approx 23.5cm = 9″
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