Adding further antiquity highland theme and signature to the bracelet is the shield-shaped padlock fastener. One side of the the padlock features four triangular-shape varied stone inlays, finished with a carving of the Saltire cross (aka Scottish flag). To the other side of the padlock reveals a glass-cover compartment and flourished hand engraved border.Upon closer examination, there doesn't appear to be anything inside the compartment. The silver is unmarked, however tests indicate sterling silver - many of these Victorian Scottish bracelets were not hallmarked. Measuring a longer than usual length at 9" inches (23cm) long, this bracelet would suit a larger sized hand/wrist, albeit can be shortened by approx 1" inch by removing one stone link, if desired. 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. A wonderful piece of Scottish history with beautiful all round workmanship! The bracelet would make a special addition to any collection! Various natural jasper and banded agate stones, each measuring approx 12mm thick x 20mm long. This item is in the category "Jewellery & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewellery\Bracelets & Charms".
The seller is "beryl-lane" and is located in this country: AU. This item can be shipped worldwide.