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Victorian Mourning Bracelet of Pressed Horn

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A charming piece of Victorian sentimental mourning jewelery. This pressed horn mourning bracelet has a beautiful and quite intricate carved design. The bracelet has seven ornate beads with a star design in the centre, these beads are 1" high by ¾" wide. There are also seven diamond shaped faceted beads which are just under 1" high. As was customary, the bracelet is strung onto black elastic. When not extended the bracelet measures 9 1/4" in diameter. From the Middle or Grand Victorian era - dates from 1860-1880.

Dyed pressed horn was a popular natural synthetic that was used extensively during the Victorian era, and centered in Sheffield, England. Pressed horn jewelry was a popular affordable alternative to more expensive jet. There is some light crazing on the back of the panels, as is normally found with pressed horn.

Please see my other Victorian bracelets at http://www.etsy.com/shop/victoriansentiments?section_id=7179660. I've got a great selection of other Victorian jewelry and antiques too!

Victorian Mourning Bracelet of Pressed Horn


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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