Once opened, lécartement wrist measuring 1.26 inches. Strap width: 0.95 wide.Bracelet type: bracelet articulated ring. Type of closure / clasp. This beautiful bracelet was handmade at the time new art in Morocco. The bracelet style suggests that it was meant to be worn on her wedding day. The sterling silver bracelet consists of twelve panels, each containing a melted pushed geometric pattern 18K gold hand-hammered with a floral pattern in the center. Between each panel of this incredibly rare wrist rests a sterling silver flower motif. The clasp of the hammer is opened by removing a metal bar, which is attached to the strap by a chain of three locking tubes. Damage: wear appropriate to age.
There is a fair amount of tarnish in sterling silver and wear in the gold molten material. A small piece of one of the panels pushed broke and the panel shows some movement on the tape. The price of this product has been reduced to reflect this. This list is for the item only. All displays and / or photography accessories are not included with your purchase.\This time focused on women and beauty of nature and the pieces were often large. The glaze was a common material used in art nouveau jewelry because the period was more focused on the importance of design as the materials used to create it. The art nouveau period occurred before the start of the First World War, when mass production has taken over the production of many products, some jewelry.
Wedding bracelets have a long history that dates back centuries and were particularly popular in Europe in the nineteenth century, as the Victorians turned to the Middle Ages and Renaissance to influence their art and jewelry. Historically, a groom to give his bride a bracelet beautifully engraved on their wedding day, but from time to time, they would also be offered in sets - one given during the engagement, and the other on the wedding day.
Alternatively, these sets would come in the form of two bracelets of different sizes, a larger one for the groom and the smallest for the bride. In Victorian times, and new art, these bracelets also were called \Repulsed began as an ancient technique metalworking dating back to the 3rd century bc, involving malleable metal that has been hammered on the back to create an image on the front. Examples are everywhere; Greece, Egypt and even the Hopewell periods in the American Southeast. The rear hammer was also used to add detail to the front, creating intricate patterns with grooves, indentations and lines.The piece was then carefully polished to create a hollow treasure and catchy. All items are shipped within one business day after receipt of payment. We do not undervalue the package for customs, do not ask us to do. What you pay is what we will claim on your customs form. Please consider this before you place your bid. If you need more time to pay, please contact us before bidding. The play about age: Art Nouveau c. The item \ The seller is \This article can be shipped worldwide.