This is a set of three, victorian influenced, bangle bracelets that range in age from the 1920's - 1970's.
The first bracelet is marked 10/20 G.F. on Sterling and "Dunn Brothers" on the inside. This piece is the oldest and dates from the 1920's - 30's. The inside circumference is 6 1/2" with an inside diameter of 2 1/4" from side to side and 2" from front to back and the piece is 1/2" in width. This piece has very pretty enamel details which highlights the intricate patterning on this piece. The design goes all the way around the bracelet but I would say about 50% of the enamel has worn. T is a sizable dent to the side of this bangle which I have tried to show in the photograph from the top of the bangle, it's difficult to photograph but the dent is noticeable and the front panel of the bracelet has also lifted from the base by a hairline which you can also see in the photo from the top. Having said all that as the piece is worn the bangle is still very pretty. The hinge and clasp on the piece works smoothly and close firmly and the original safety chain is intact. The second bangle is estimated from the 1940's - 50's and is brass but matches the color and tone of the other two bangles nicely. This bangle is signed on the inside with the initials "T&D" and is almost exactly the same size as the first bangle. The bangle... read more