The guilloche enamel work on this Egyptian revival bracelet is fantastic.
The bracelet has 5 curved oblong enamelled white metal panels.
Each panel has a different decoration but all of them have Egyptian scenes, characters & hieroglyphics.
Each panel is edged in royal blue enamel.
The clasp is a rectangle edged in the same royal blue enamel as the oblong panels and decorated with an enamel pharaoh.
The panels are lnked by together with ridged flattened white metal links.
The clasp is a tongue & groove or box clasp with a figure of 8 safety clasp.
The bracelet is made of white metal.
The front of the tongue section is stamped "935" and has some 3 other marks two of which appear to be initials.
In terms of age the decoration would suggest 1930s but again I think that it was made after this period possibly in the 1960s -70s
Weight: 1.2ozs - 35gms
Length: 8.27ins - 21cms
Width: 0.71ins - 1.8cms
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