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3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage

An exceptional antique 3.15 carat citrine and 9 carat yellow gold gate bracelet, with a vintage heart shaped clasp; part of our diverse antique jewellery collections

SKU: A6778
Price: £1,295.00
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3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage
3.15 ct Citrine and 9 ct Yellow Gold Gate Bracelet - Antique and Vintage

Description


This exceptional, fine and impressive citrine gate bracelet has been crafted in 9 ct yellow gold.


The gate style bracelet displays seven round cut citrines, independently collet set to the centre of the seven feature, crossover design fancy links.


These links articulate via eight groups of ten oval links which create a shaped, textured design between the feature links.


The antique 1920's bracelet secures with a fully hallmarked replacement push fit padlock style clasp and benefits from the additional security of a fine link safety chain.


The vintage heart shaped padlock is embellished with an engraved decoration, and fully hallmarked with the maker's mark 'S&K', the 9 ct gold fineness mark (9.375), the London Assay Office hallmark (leopard's head), and date letter for 1966 (L).


One of the connecting jump rings has been replaced and is hallmarked with the 9 ct gold fineness mark (9.375), the Birmingham Assay Office hallmark (anchor) and the date letter for 1970 (v).


This antique 1920's gate bracelet is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.


View our blog on gate bracelets for more information

Condition


This exceptional gemstone bracelet is fine quality set with round cut citrines.

The bracelet is a very good gauge of gold and is in excellent condition, with clear hallmarks to the replacement clasp and jump ring.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of antique jewellery/estate jewelry.


Citrine Quality


Cut Round

Content (total) 3.15 carats


Dimensions


Length of bracelet 18.5cm/7.28"

Width of bracelet 1.34cm/0.52"

Length of padlock 2.35cm/0.92"

Width of padlock 1.69cm/0.66"

Length of safety chain 7cm/2.75"


Weight


21.90 grams


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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