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Good looking Austro-Hungarian silver bracelet set with real emeralds, rubies and pearls.
Comprising six contoured openwork silver sections each with a rounded square outline and alternately set with emeralds and pearls and rubies and pearls, the sections being connected on single links.
The back of the bracelet shows a decorative finish to the silver in typical Austro-Hungarian attention to detail and it is clear to see that it has been very well made.
Late 1800’s to early 1900’s and with a length of 17.5 cm.