An exceptional piece, created in Italy during the Victorian (1840-1901) era, back in the 1880. It was carefully crafted with Etruscan revival patterns in solid rich yellow gold of 18 karats and embellished with an intricate micro mosaic depicting a scarab.
The micro mosaic is of Italian origins, created from more than 400 tiny pieces, carved from natural stones, such; blue lapis lazuli, red coral, black onyx, green malachite, black onyx, lava, creme nacre and 24k gold.
This piece of art is composed by elements from several artistic movements, carefully mixed together, such the Victorian era, the Etruscan revival and the Egyptian revival.
Weight: 25.95 Grams, (16.64 Dwt).
Size: Fit a wrist up to 6.5 Inches, (16.5 Cm).
Measurements: The central part is 28 mm by 29 mm 1.10 x 1.14 (Inches).
Hallmarks: None, tested for 18 karats .750/.999 Gold.
Very good antique conditions. Upon Request, Auction House may provide an appraisal. This will carry an additional cost. Appraisals are made by our in house GIA certified Gemologist.
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