Art Nouveau Ginkgo Leaf Rosecut Serpentine Handmade Chain Bracelet
This bracelet is currently at the Alberta Street Gallery. If purchased, it will be pulled from display immediately. Please permit an extra couple days for me to pick it up and ship. Thank you!
Stunning and one-of-a-kind Art Nouveau-inspired "swoosh" bracelet has a central circle, with alternating hand-fabricated ginkgo leafs, which connect by a beautiful rosecut green serpentine stone. On either side of the circle are rosecut serpentine stones and then handmade chain, with larger/heavier loops connected by double links (creates weight and stability). All links are soldered. At the end of the chain is a hook on one side and on the other extra chain for flexible size, ending in a maker's mark and a sterling bead.
This collection of bracelets are the first with more than a couple stones. The three-stone design makes the inside, as well as the top side, beautiful.
Bracelet Length: The shortest approximate length this bracelet can be worn is 5.50". This is hooking at the closest link to the stone, which would leave extra chain dangling. The approximate largest size this will reach is 7.60". This means the bracelet will fit approximately 5.50"-7.60" in length.
Please measure your wrist to ensure this will fit comfortably, as modification is not an option (before or after purchase).
Note: If you are rough on your jewelry, you will want to treat this with gentle care. While sturdy, elements should never been twisted, torqued, bent, or pulled/yanked.
All of my work, unless otherwise specified brass or copper (will also be visibly obvious), is 0.925 sterling silver.
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US Domestic shipping prices on purchases over $100 include USPS shipping and insurance. International buyers who wish for insured postage are welcome to ask and I can obtain pricing through UPS; you would pay the additional charges. UPS across waters (i.e. not in Canada) are quite high with insurance, but I understand shipping during covid has made many of us nervous.