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Thanks for looking at this handmade one of a kind totally luxurious bracelet made with very rare antique solid sterling silver from Gorham. This repurposed antique was from the Victorian art nouveau era...from late 1800's -early 1900's. The motif is of 2 cherubs ,one on each side of the cuff, and one prominent one on top, with roses and garlands intertwined.
There is a monogram is a B
This is similar to spoon jewelry, but it is not a spoon and there is no one that has conceptualized this OOAK one of a kind piece.
This is an extremely rare Gorham antique that I created into a spectacular piece of jewelry. This is a museum quality piece of Gorham.. but now it can be worn by you.

I created this one of a kind item that no one will be wearing because I don't copy anyone nor do I repeat myself.
The width is 3.25 inches at the widest as it is asymmetrical
the length is 7.5 inches-- fits a standard female 6.5 - it can be made bigger or smaller but contact me first
the cable chain is solid sterling -with a sterling toggle.. a vintage solid sterling heart charm is added (there is a monogram on it B.D)
all sterling is tested
*One of the cherubs head is slightly dinged
very heavy 97.8 grams
Forged with sterling silver
This is handmade, hand forged and is imperfectly perfect

SALE 40% OFF Rare Antique Angel Cherub Gorham .925 Asymmetrical Wide Cuff Bracelet Art Nouveau 925 Bracer Solid Sterling Silver .925 Rose Re


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: solid, sterling, silver, 925, medieval, spoon, bracer, victorian, rare, one of a kind, renaissance, goddess, medusa
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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