Pinchbeck Agate Ornate Bracelet Antique Georgian 18th Century. This decorative bracelet is made from Pinchbeck, an alloy of copper and zinc, mixed in proportions so that it closely resembles gold in appearance. It was invented in the 18th century by Christopher Pinchbeck, a London clockmaker. Framed with delicate floral and ivy leaf motif is a large oval agate. The bracelet is highly textured with a sturdy snap clasp. The bracelet is in good antique condition, with a light solder mark on the agate setting.
Length 19cm / 7.48 inches, Width 6cm / 2.36 inches, Depth 0.9cm / 0.35 inches.
Weight 44.9 grams / 28.9 dwt
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