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Posted 4 years ago

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Agram.m
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It must be almost 30 years ago that I bought this bracelet in a small juwelry antique shop in England. It was broken at one place and when I was at home I let restore it. These costs were the same as the price for the bracelet. Now the value is quite more I think. Since that time I wear it with a great pleasure and I still call it my classical Victorian bracelet. There are no hallmarks at all but I tested it for sterling silver. I can only say:"I still love it."
An equal bracelet was publiced on page 139 of the book:
Starting to collect antique jewellery by John Benjamin which I can advise especially for starting collectors (see photo 3).

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  1. Agram.m Agram.m, 2 years ago
    Because I found a same kind of bracelet on a photo in a book I can advise special for starting collectors I relist this jewel.

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