This is an astonishingly beautiful Victorian period bangle bracelet created at the workshop of James Fenton. In the centre of a floral patterned panel, two swifts are shown diving down to grassland below. It presents a complete a picture of nature - flora and fauna together. This piece is a fine example of aesthetic era jewellery of the Victorian age.
This piece was manufactured in Birmingham and is fully hallmarked for sterling silver and is date marked 1895.
The bangle is in very good shape for a piece of jewellery over 120 years old. There are a few surface scratches but nothing especially noteworthy. Really it’s in lovely condition.
We love Victorian sterling silver bangles and this is a cracker. Own a piece of history.
The bangle is 6cm across and 5cm deep.
ABOUT OUR JEWELLERY
This piece has been specifically selected by us, for you. We choose vintage and antique items which we think are beautiful, elegant and classic at a range of price points between £30 and £3,000.
Generally, this means we only ever have one of each piece. We don’t select pieces which are “mass market” but rather items which are more individual. This means that once an item has been purchased, it really has gone.
Each piece comes in an attractive jewellery presentation box.