An exquisite Victorian Revival Slide bracelet with gorgeous big bold sliding charms. Each of the large slides measuring 3/4" - 1" in length and 5/8" to 1" in width with an impressive depth of about 3/8". The charms slides on two rope chains and have two satin matte balls separating each charm. It has a fold over catch with a safety chain. It measures 7 1/2" from end to end. And will comfortably fit a 7.25" wrist or smaller.
The faux stones are a mixture of glass and celluloid in exquisite ornate settings. They are as follows glass peridot, celluloid mother of pearl, celluloid tiger’s eye, celluloid gold stone, celluloid cameo and dragon with faux pearl. The slides cannot be removed from the bracelet. The weight of the piece is substantial at 57 grams and what makes this a superb revival piece. The gold tone setting is bright on the front and sides with minimal fading. The back shows a rubbing of the gold tone from being worn. This cannot be seen from the front or sides and is typical with the age and style of this piece. The setting is free of any dings, dents or other flaws.
This is one of the finest examples of Victorian Revival slide bracelets we have seen for the 1950s era.