ANTIQUE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH CITRINE BRACELET SILVER CIRCA 1860
This fabulous Sterling Silver Scottish bracelet is Circa 1860, adorned with 16 rich Citrine stones.
The Citrine stones are complimented with lovely engravings in the Silver panel links.
Scottish jewellery was made popular by Queen Victoria as it became a souvenir of her trips to Scotland.
From the mid 1800's Queen Victoria frequented Scotland and her Scottish Castle Balmoral.
Each Citrine has beautiful natural colouring and is polished to perfection.
The name Citrine is derived from the colour - the yellow of lemon. Citrine’s sparkle and have a crisp, radiant quality about them.
Citrine is also known as Gold Topaz and is the birthstone for November.
Ancient cultures believed that placing a Citrine on the forehead of an elder would increase his psychic power.
Purchased in London this bracelet is steeped in Victorian history.
Looks fabulous when worn, a great talking piece!
It weighs 27.5 grams
It measures 6 1/2 inches in length x 20mm in width
The Citrine stones measure 11mm x 8mm
In excellent condition all round.
ITEM NUMBER 9853