This is a unique antique piece- it is a substantial and wonderful antique bangle.
It is also something quite special; a curb link that is traditionally found in a bracelet style, here mounted on a double rail of solid 18 carat gold to make a strong, striking, hinged bangle.
It is an early Australian piece, dates back to circa 1925, and feels great on!
The platinum is a metallic grey that contrasts fabulously with the 18 carat rose gold.
Quite weighty; it weighs 27 grams, comes with an independent valuation, and would be a wonderfully practical everyday piece of outstanding antique jewellery.
And, due to the unusual combination of platinum and rose gold it has a modern look that would go well with all kinds of dress, from casual to formal to quirky to elegant.
This bangle comes with an independent valuation, as well as lashings of antique chic as an memorable and unusual piece of jewellery from yesteryear to be treasured this year!
This bangle is on the smaller size, with a diameter of 5.4 cms by 4.7cm. It fits an average to small size wrist. Ask Inga for any queries or just to discuss this amazing piece of jewellery.
Early Australian dated to circa 1910, in excellent condition.