VINTAGE HEAVY SILVER CHARM BRACELET DATED 1963
This magnificent vintage charm bracelet has been lovingly assembled over the course of many years. Twenty five separate Silver and Sterling Silver charms have been added to the original padlocked Silver chain, which comes equipped with a safety chain for extra security when worn. The padlock is hallmarked and dated 1963.
This is a truly remarkable collection of charms with a huge amount of character, and a fine piece for any collector. Scroll down for a full list of all charms.
WEIGHT: 127 grams
MEASURES: Will fit a 6 inch wrist
METAL: Silver, Sterling Silver
AGE: Dated 1963
MARKS: Birmingham Hallmarks, Multiple Silver and Sterling Silver Stamps
ITEM NUMBER: 20-271
The charms are listed below:
- A small coin with a faded depiction of Britannia on one side and a faded bust of a monarch on the reverse.
- A top hat which opens to reveal a miniature rabbit within.
- A studded horseshoe.
- A miniature wine cooler complete with wine bottle.
- A delicately carved carafe which opens and contains a 1cm diameter sphere of empty space.
- A set of three keys, each stamped “SIL”.
- A flamenco dancer.
- A stalking lion.
- A train car, which opens to reveal goods stacked within.
- A lucky imp, smiling with his knees up.
- A cage, containing a tiny songbird.
- An unidentified creature standing with legs and arms outstretched.
- A cage
- An engraved bell with articulated clapper.
- A commemorative coin and open pendant, both of which bear the cross of Lorraine, a symbol of the French resistance during Nazi occupation. The coin also shows a stylised map of France in the colours of the French flag, and is signed on the reverse.
- A cart with spinning wheels and seated driver attached.
- A solid silver carafe.
- A knight’s armoured helmet with openable visor.
- An engraved crucifix
- A tankard.
- A coin charm depicting St. Christopher, patron saint of travellers, with a car and a plane on the reverse.
- A bed warmer, which opens to reveal coal within.
- An Art Deco style charm depicting a Greek or Spartan warrior, possibly a visage of Athena, marked beneath with the lower section of a nautical star wreathed in flames and engraved with the year 1951.
- A teapot, which opens.