This Victorian bangle bracelet tubular with a key decorating the top. It looks like it had a charm below the key, possibly a padlock charm.  I have been searching for a period padlock to put on it but have not found one yet. I can remove the jump ring but wanted to keep it just in case the buyer wanted it.  It has a secure snap tube clasp with a modification I do to all my bangles, I remove the safety chain and add a safety "8" snap. 

 

The oval shape makes it a comfortable fit and keeps it from turning if the wrist is 6-6.5". The bangle looks great stacked with other bangles. Think fast because these bangles sell quicker than most of my pieces and they are getting more difficult to find.

 

Dimensions: 8.2 mm - 2.8 wide x 2.7 mm thick
Wrist Size: will fit a 6" - 6.5" wrist / inside circumference 51 x 41.6 mm (with tape measure model has 6.5" wrist)
Metal: 9k rose gold
Markings: none
Circa: 1890
Weight:  8.2 grams (hollow construction typical of this style & period)
Condition Rating: 8 (one small dent inside the front of the bangle / original safety chain has been removed and 14k rose gold safety "8" has been added, has had a light polish but shows some oxidation from age)

 

Thanks for looking!!

Victorian Bangle Bracelet 9k Rose Gold Key Charm Bangle Bracelet

SKU: JL842
$0.00Price
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