A Victorian era bracelet made in a bypass style design with a gemstone studded anchor and tassel focal point. This charming antique beauty has a mix of 14 karat yellow and rosy-yellow gold. Anchors are a symbol for hope and steadfastness. Turquoise is the traditional birthstone for the month of December and the gem of the 11th anniversary. This bracelet is fully hallmarked and signed in several places on the piece. Circa 1896, Moscow.

Item # BL93014-1

Antique Russian Turquoise & Pearl Anchor Bracelet

  • Metal- 14 karat gold
    Weight- 11.52 grams
    Hallmarks- 14 karat gold zolotnik fineness mark (56), Moscow city arms mark (Saint George slaying the dragon)
    Maker's Mark- signed TA
    Size- exterior: 8 3/4 inches, interior: 6 1/2 inches
    Gemstones- eight round and oval cabochon turquoise stones (robin egg blue and green hues) and three 2.2 mm creamy white split seed pearls
    Details- push lock closure, 2.40 mm through-view bracelet thickness, 4.45 mm bracelet width
    Condition- good/fair antique condition, the top of the bracelet has discoloration from soldering beneath the anchor, there is patina due to age, some nicks and flea bites on the gold - these flaws are reflected in the bracelets overall price