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Ref  ADH3   Georgian Pinchbeck

An unusually plump and stylish matching Georgian pinchbeck bracelet and chain, circa 1800. Pinchbeck, a non-tarnishing alloy of copper and zinc, was a popular medium for Georgian chains. Here large textured and studded belcher links are attached to integral barrel clasps. The versatile bracelet and collar can be worn separately, or joined together to form a longer chain. The bracelet is 8.5 inches long, though because of the chunkiness of the links, it will ideally fit a wrist of up to 7.5 inches. The collar is 15.5 inches long. Joined together they make a longer chain of 24 inches. All links are 1/2 an inch wide. It is difficult to find good Georgian pinchbeck today and this example is immaculate.

£2200

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