A Victorian silver three-colour bangle by Jackson Brothers, ...

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£200

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A Victorian silver three-colour bangle by Jackson Brothers, Birmingham 1883, with floral decoration and beaded detailing, 3.5cm wide, 5.3cm x 7cm, together with another example marked for Birmingham 1882, an Edwardian silver oval buckle by Lawrence Emanuel, Birmingham 1908, and four sets of nurses silver belt buckles, gross weight of group 6.6ozt (7)

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3-colour bangle: Good order. Some denting, concentrated to central panel and beaded detail border. No signs of major damage or repair. General scratching and wear to surface consistent with age and use. Hinged mechanism working and closing securely.

Other bangle: Good order. Moderate denting to the bead work decoration, and some of the beads have been punctured. General scratching, minor denting and wear to surface consistent with age and use.

Nurses buckles: All in good order.Minor to moderate denting across each buckle. All pieces show varying amounts of scratching, wear and some discoloration consistent with use.

Buckle: Good order. No signs of denting, thinning or splitting. General scratching and wear to surface consistent with age and use. Hinged mechanism working and in good order.

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Auction Date: 19th Sep 2020 at 9am

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Sale Dates:
19th Sep 2020 9am (Lots 1 to 824)