Pairs of bangle bracelets were a "thing' in Victorian times, particularly in the States. From around 1860 to circa 1880, usually in gold (or gold filled) they graced many a wrist.
Sometimes we hear of them referred to as bride's bracelets but the truth is that they were worn by many, not necessarily those so to be or just married.
In four colors of precious metal, the main hue of rose gold serves as the background, then added is yellow and green gold along with touches of silver that demarcate the double sided intricate patterns.
Roses rest beside a centered bird, its wings and tail outspread, its head facing forward. Leaves and tiny trails of incised engraving create a symmetric tableau of nature.
Each is medium in width and both repeat the exact same patterns front and back and are exactly alike. These hollow all 14k gold hinged bangles are edged with tiny geometric patterns.
Each boasts a safety chain for added security.