Victorian Silver Bangle Bracelet Anchor Morning Glory Motif

This wonderful bangle is filled with hidden meaning. Morning glory flowers were used by the Victorians as symbols of love and mourning; the Anchor symbolized Hope. Perhaps this bangle speaks to that quintessentially human desire; the hope of seeing a loved one again after death. It’s a bit sad, I suppose, but beautiful, too, just like life.

Hand crafted in Birmingham, England in 1885, this fully hallmarked bangle is embossed and engraved with beautiful detail. It would fit a wrist of up to about 7.25 inches around and the bangle is 31.7 mm wide, it weighs 37.3 grams. This piece is marked inside with the marks for Birmingham, England, the Lion for Sterling and the lower case l for 1885, it also has a makers mark.

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Item ID: BEA21694VA



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