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Egyptian Revival Silver and Turquoise Scarab Bracelet*
Stylish Egyptian revival silver bracelet set with a central greeny-blue faience scarab framed by four little stylised lotus blossoms and with a turquoise matrix cabochon at its nose and tail.
This is linked by short lengths of chain to a pair of larger lotus blossoms, each with a turquoise stone at its base.
Finally, as the bracelet tapers down towards each end, a pair of coiled snakes connect to each section of the clasp.
An original old Egyptian made piece, dating from the early 1920’s and with marks impressed on the back of each element.
Approximately 17.5 cm in length.