Smashing and au courant, it is hard to believe this piece of jewelry was created oh, say, 130 years ago! Victorian in date, this is a wide, wonderful bracelet of 14k rose gold.
Ok, so it started out life as a fob. Yes, that is something that used to hang from a chatelaine, pocket, button hole, dress or about anywhere. Suspended off the uber-large spring ring would have been other ornaments, be they watch keys, seals, or decorative bits and bobs.
Rarely do these come in lengths that make perfect bracelets, but in this case, it's full force fashion. Wear it low on the wrist and add other charms and seals for even more "Auntie Mame" jangle. Try trend setting by draping this from a button hole and attaching it to a belt loop.
Circles, stitch-like links and diamond shapes form a three-row medley in a geometric interwoven pattern that looks as good from the front as it does from the back.
The tassel is bell shaped with eight wheat chain dangles that end in delicate orbs of gold. With a dog clip at one end, embellished with a huge spring ring, tassel and an extra link dangle its magnificent.