The agates rest in wire frames which are topped with single granules, adding to the lovely floral appearance. The agate links are interspaced with three golden orange gems (the centre gem is lighter in colour). The golden orange gems resemble the Scottish Cairngorm (aka citrine) - however gemological tests reveal two pastes and a synthetic corundum (which is the lighter-coloured stone). The bright Cairngorm lookalike gems rest in sawtooth bezel collets with ornate hand-engraved frames, except for the last link which has a smoothly polished frame.A simple fold-over hook style clasp fastens the bracelet nicely, and there is a safety chain for extra security. The total length of the bracelet measures 18cm (7 inches) and the widest width of the bracelet (oval agate) measures 3.50cm. Scottish pebble jewellery was made popular again in the 19th century due to Queen Victoria adorning Scottish jewellery, and her frequent visits to her Scottish Castle Balmoral. For more fascinating Scottish jewellery history head to the. The one-of-a-kind bracelet is such a gorgeous work of art, all indicative of Victorian Scottish history! Three natural agate stones, striated pattern of greyish, white with soft beige hue's. Two pastes (deeper golden orange hue) and one synthetic corundum (lighter golden orange hue); stones imitating the Scottish Cairngorm. Gemstones tested by a FGAA Gemmologist with professional gemmological equipment. The item "Antique VICTORIAN Sterling Silver SCOTTISH Carved AGATE &'Cairngorm' BRACELET" is in sale since Monday, December 7, 2020.
This item is in the category "Jewellery & Watches\Vintage, Antique Jewellery". The seller is "beryl-lane" and is located in adelaide, South Australia. This item can be shipped worldwide.