ANTIQUE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH AGATE GOLFERS BRACELET CIRCA 1860 CARNOUSTIE SCOTLAND
This has to be one of the most unique Scottish bracelets we have ever exhibited.
A beautiful antique Victorian Golfers bracelet which is Circa 1860.
Scottish jewellery was made popular by Queen Victoria as it became a souvenir of her frequent trips to Scotland and her Scottish Castle Balmoral from the mid 1800s.
A wonderful engraved Silver Scottish Golfer stands in the centre of a large Chalcedony Agate, hands in his pockets and Golf clubs upon his back.
The piece was purchased in Carnoustie Scotland, a popular tourist destination in the Victorian era renowned for it’s Golfing culture and often hosted the open Championship.
The bracelet also boasts a detachable padlock adorned with a creamy white Chalcedony Agate and on the other side a pair of crossed golf clubs in Silver.
Chalcedony is a smooth, glossy gemstone that was once believed to calm the emotions and spirit, bringing about harmony. The stone comes in various colours from pale white to ghostly blue and even charcoal Grey.
Six round Scottish Agates also adorn each link and are fitted with Silver Golf balls in the centre.
The bracelet is all set in Sterling Silver and hallmarked Sterling on the clasp and Silver on the bottom of the large Chalcedony.
The bracelet is one of a kind, simply exquisite. A true Scottish collectors piece that looks beautiful when worn.
Weighs 45.1 grams.
Will fit a 6.5 inch wrist.
Width 20mm across.
Large Golfer Agate measures 27mm across x 38mm down.
Padlock measures 19mm across x 36mm down.
Excellent all round condition.
ITEM NUMBER 8812