Lot 20A (Jewellery, 1st July 2018)

Sold for £300

Condition report
In worn condition.
Multiple chips and cracks to the mosaic section.
One section of coral is missing. Should be five strings.
Slight abrasions to the coral sections.
Some claws either missing or bent from the coral sections on the clasp.
One coral part has been replaced/glued in and is badly chipped.


EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY CORAL AND MICROMOSAIC BRACELET formed by four strands of stick coral sections, with space and links for five strands, with a fine micromosaic clasp with the image of a flower basket, within a canetille work border set with coral, the clasp 25mm wide overall, the bracelet approximately 17cm long, unmarked

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