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A solid, 9ct rose gold antique late Victorian Albert chain with a fancy, engraved box link and T-bar. The two swivel clips and T-bar are marked '9C' to denote the gold fineness. The Albert chain can be dated to circa 1890-1900.


With a weight of 36g and measuring 16” or 400mm long the chain is a rare example with many similar chains having been scrapped purely for the gold content. (ouch) Traditionally worn as a watch chain suspending a pocket watch, Albert chains can also be worn as necklaces and used to suspend charms and pendants. This piece also acts a great investment piece which can also be worn! 


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DIMENSIONS - Length 16" (400mm)


MATERIALS - English 9ct rose gold


WEIGHT - 36g


HALLMARKS - Stamped '9C' in various locations, tested as 9ct gold


CONDITION - Very good, surface scratches and wear commensurate with age. There have been no alterations or additions to the chain. the spring loaded clips remain in good working order.

Victorian 9ct Rose Gold Fancy Link Double Albert Chain, 16", Circa 1900

  • Length - 16" (400mm)

    Weight - 36g

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