An outstanding late Victorian silver bracelet is the triple crown of adornment.
With a sculptural dog's head at the forefront, it is encircled with a horseshoe complete with realistic details. The hound even has a wide collar with a buckle evident at the front of its neck.
Its pert expression, intent gaze, and rippling fur are all modeled in a fine naturalistic style. On each side, left and right, in raised applied letters are the words, GOOD LUCK.
The back half is plain and highly polished. Around 1870 in England and the US, all silver jewelry without gold, diamonds, or gems came into vogue.
This scarce wrist wrap is just under sterling silver at 900 parts/1000, sterling is 925/1000 parts.