Antique Victorian Silver Bangle Bracelet, Birmingham 1883

It was a perfect summer morning. They locked arms and took to the bustling streets of their neighborhood en route to the farmer’s market. He sampled buttery cheeses, prosciutto and ripe melon while she filled her basket with herbs; basil and rosemary fulfilling all her senses. She added to her carry a golden baguette, cucumbers, sweet peppers and squash. With a gentle laugh, he took the basket from her arms knowing she had yet to buy what she purposely came for - flowers. Arms now free, she joyfully filled them with zinnias, cosmos, snapdragons and dahlias, plus a sunflower or two or three. She beamed at all the colors and petals, cradling the fresh cut blooms in her arms. At that moment, the silver cuff bracelet on her wrist caught his eye as it shimmered against her sunkissed skin. Without hesitation, he leaned in for a kiss. For happiness is the pursuit of beauty.

This antique Victorian bangle bracelet was handcrafted in 1883 Birmingham, England. It has fantastic movement, thanks to the asymmetric composition and etched floral motifs. The back is smooth. This stunning bracelet is 38 mm wide and weighs 35.3 grams. Oval in shape, it will comfortably hug a wrist up to 7 inches. This aesthetic piece is fully hallmarked with the maker ‘A.H. & Co’, the anchor for Birmingham, date mark for 1883, and the lion passant verifying its silver fineness.

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Item ID: BEA18004VA



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