Antique Victorian Solid Silver Buckle Hinged Bracelet, Birmingham, 1883, Cased
Antique Victorian solid silver buckle bracelet, Birmingham 1883, original presentation case. Silver hinged bracelet having hand chased decoration to the front panel in a foliate design featuring a belt & buckle, with ball details. Good fitting box clasp & safety chain. A personalised engraving to the inside back panel reads "From Dicky 24 .8 .34". Hallmarked for Robert James Dick, Birmingham 1883. Complete with it's original presentation case. To the satin lined inner lid reads the Jeweller, "Bravingtons, Goldsmith & Jewellers, Kings Cross, N1, 71, Ludgate Hill, EC4, 189, Brompton Road, SW3, 6, Grand Buildings, Trafalgar Square, WC2, 22, Orchard Street, W1. The inner base being lined with navy blue velvet. A fabulous piece from the Victorian era & a great addition to a collection.
Significant events of 1883
Oxygen is liquified for the first time.
Coco Chanel born, French stylist, (d. 1971)
Robert James Dick
Jeweller, Hylton Street, Birmingham, England.
With presentation case
Excellent condition for it's age with light surface marks that are consistent with genuine age, use & polishing.
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