Gram Weight: 30.8 Grams. Main Stone Measurements/ Carat Weight/ Color: The largest stone measures.
16.5 mm long by 13.25 mm wide. And graduates down to the smallest stone in size, which measures. 14.25 mm long by 12.5 mm wide.
The piece has a total of approximately 84 Carats of Scottish Agate. They are varying shades of coral-orange, and some have milky orange or dark orange striations or dots throughout. Stone Treatment: The stones appear to be untreated, but we are not certified gemologists and cannot be sure. Item Measurements: The bracelet is 7.5 long, and is approximately 12.5 mm wide by 8.5 mm thick. Notable Features: This gorgeous Scottish Agate bracelet was handmade during the Art Nouveau era.
It features seven Scottish Agates that are are varying shades of coral-orange, and some have milky orange or dark orange striations or dots throughout. Scottish agate is rare, and extremely hard to come by. Each one is set in a scalloped bezel, and has a double linked curb chain set intermittently.
This sturdy, classic piece measures at 7.5 in length. A solid spring ring clasp ensures it is secure when worn. This stunning piece of jewelry would make a wonderful gift for a loved one.
This listing is for the item only. This beautiful piece was made during a period called the Art Nouveau Era! This time was also called "La Belle Epoque" in French, which translates to A Beautiful Time. This was very true due to the gorgeous designs that came out of this period.The Art Nouveau period was famous for its flowing organic designs, flowing ladies, flowing floral designs, and regal designs. The beautiful country of Scotland is home to an amazing array of chalcedony quartz gemstone, also known as agate, which comes in a huge variety of colors and patterns. It was this quality that attracted the craftsmen of antiquity to experiment with slicing the stones and slotting them into metal settings. Agate jewelry has been produced in Scotland for hundreds of years, though it was Queen Victoria's love affair with all things Scottish that brought this distinctive type of jewelry into vogue throughout the United Kingdom. Her death in 1901 signaled a quick decline in popularity of Scottish agate jewelry, making this original style very rare and desirable indeed. Please take this into consideration before. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Bracelets & Charms".
The seller is "abeautifultimeco" and is located in this country: US.