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A very pretty 9ct green and yellow gold 'Albertina' bracelet that was made circa 1880. Albertina’s in this condition and detail are becoming rare and harder to source. It has some lovely detailing with the central boss section decorated in green gold, the end embossed finials and a heart padlock that is highlighted in in rose and green gold. The chains are foxtail and rope design. This super Albertina has a dog clip fastener and a T bar at the closure of the bracelet. It would make a perfect sweetheart gift.


Albertinas were originally meant to be worn across the chest. It has a dog clip and a “T” bar. The “T” would have fitted in to a button hole and the dog clip would have held small items like watch keys and fobs. Nowadays these chains can be worn as bracelets.


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The fastening is at 7”/ 180mm


MATERIALS – 9ct yellow/rose/green gold


WEIGHT – 15.2g


HALLMARK – Stamped 9ct and also some indistinct marks. Tested as 9ct with a touchstone.


CONDITION – Overall, the condition of this piece is very good with respect to the antiquity of this age. On the heart padlock there is a small hole at the bottom of the heart and a mark to the reverse.

Victorian Tri-Coloured Gold Fancy Link Albertina Bracelet with Heart Padlock

  • 250mm
    The fastening is at 7”/ 180mm

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