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Antique 15ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet c.1910 (1 of 9)
AC Silver
Tyne and Wear, UK

Andrew Campbell, founder and owner of AC Silver, has been dealing in antique silver and antique jewellery since 1977. In addition to a premier retail premises in Newcastle, north-east England, Andrew has developed an internationally recognised online store, serving both new and return customers nationally and worldwide. Andrew personally sources a wide range of items, including antique jewellery, antique diamond rings and antique gemstone rings. Andrew has also developed a fine and comprehensive inventory of antique silverware, AC Silver is a respected and trusted specialist in its field.

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Antique 15ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet c.1910

REF: C7623 / LA428231
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This is an exceptional, fine and impressive 15 carat gold gate bracelet; part of our diverse antique jewellery collections This exceptional, fine and impressive antique bracelet has been crafted in 15ct yellow gold. The gate style bracelet displays nine long links, each consisting of alternating ribbed cylindrical and plain baluster pales. These links individually articulate via ten vertical arrangements of three conjoined balls. The antique Edwardian gate bracelet secures with an integrated push fit clasp, benefiting from the additional security of a fine link security chain. The reverse of the clasp is hallmarked with the 15ct fineness mark (15CT). This antique bracelet is an exceptional example of its type.


Length of bracelet 17.7cm/6.97" Width of bracelet 1.03cm/0.41" Height of setting 3.48mm/0.14" Weight:- 16.91 grams


AC Silver has clarified that the Antique 15ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet c.1910 (LA428231) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1910


This exceptional gate bracelet is excellent quality. The bracelet is a superior gauge of gold and is in excellent condition, with deeply struck hallmarks to the reverse of the clasp; the hallmarks are struck deeply due to the superior gauge of gold.

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This Antique 15ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet c.1910 is located in United Kingdom