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Hallmarked Silver Bangle*
Early Arts & Crafts wide silver bangle in the form of a belt buckle, hallmarked for the year 1883.
The face side has an etched design of bands of ivy leaves forming a background to the applied buckle and belt with its studded edges.
The back, from the clasp to the hinge, is undecorated as can be seen from our penultimate photo.
Marked with a maker’s mark that could be for Haseler Bros but is just a little different to their usual mark.
Opening and closing with a crisp click and with good, sturdy hinge.
Width is a little over 3.5 cm and the internal diameter is around 6 cm at the widest point.