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The anterior face of the bangle is embellished with bright cut repetitive scrolling leaf engraved decoration.
The posterior half of this hinged antique bangle is plain and unembellished apart from a feature engraved chevron design at the junction with the clasp.
The bangle secures with a push fit clasp to one side and benefits from the additional security of a fine link safety chain.
The bangle is hallmarked to the interior with the maker's mark for John George Graves* (J.G.G), the 9 ct gold fineness mark (9.275), the Birmingham Assay Office hallmark (anchor) and the date letter for 1901 (b).
The bangle is also hallmarked to the interior surface with the 9 ct gold fineness mark (9.375).
NOTE* John George Graves (1866-1945). In addition to being a jeweller and watchmaker Graves was renowned benefactor and Lord Mayor of Sheffield. Graves was one of the first proponents of the mail order system.
Interior circumference 17cm/6.88"
Exterior diameter (major axis) 6.5cm/2.55"
Interior diameter (major axis) 6cm/2.36"
Exterior diameter (minor axis) 5.4cm/2.12"
Interior diameter (minor axis) 4.9cm/1.92"
Safety chain length 6.5cm/2.55"
10.6 grams/0.34 troy ounce
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The bangle has a very clear set of full English hallmarks to the interior surface.
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Origin: Birmingham, England
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear