What's for sale?
This is beautiful, signed, chalcedony quartz beaded bracelet with a crystal-set centerpiece.
It's a nicely-made bracelet, with a subtle mix of shades among the thirteen, polished and faceted beads. This is contrasted with a single metal ball which is set with three larger crystals and multiple smaller ones.
The beads have been threaded on to an elasticated bracelet which has been finshed by gold-coloured, hook and eye findings. It's intended for the bracelet to be strectched and slipped over the hand.
The findings are signed, a large "T" is engraved on one piece and two or three small initials have been impressed on the other. They could be "KJL" but don't match Kenneth J Lane signatures we've seen and there's no copyright symbol.
What condition is it in?
- In very good condition
What are the measurements?
- 18cm long (7 inches) unstretched
- 24 grams
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Late 20th century (1950-1999)
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