Antique Forçat Curb Chain Bracelet In Yellow Gold Weight 40, 13 G flag

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"Antique Forçat Curb Chain Bracelet In Yellow Gold Weight 40, 13 G"
Exceptional quality workmanship for this braided cable link bracelet in 18K yellow gold hallmarked with an eagle's head. The bracelet is composed of 26 links (including the link-clasp) slightly ovalized for a length / wrist circumference of 19.5 cm. An invisible clasp, designed in the last link thanks to a hinge which allows it to be opened and closed (see photos). Its opening is firmly blocked by an invisible ratchet and therefore no risk of unexpected opening! Hallmark "eagle's head". Very good original condition. No wear, no shock or sag. Solid gold, heavy in hands! A timeless mesh that slides well on the wrist, very elegant combining classic and modernity. An exceptional opening / closing system totally invisible blocked by a ratchet which allows it to be worn in complete safety unlike the eight system which is visible to the eye, not very elegant and which tends to open by hanging on to the clothing you wear. Length = around the wrist: 19, 5 cm Weight: 40, 13 g Many other objects to discover in my stand at the antique fairs in which I participate. Follow my gallery to be informed of news and to know the dates of the next Trade Shows ... Any questions? Do not hesitate to call me or send me a message. I will answer you with great pleasure.
Price : 2500 €
Period:20th Century
Style:Design 50's and 60's
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Or
Length: 19, 5 cm

Reference : 795778
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Antique Forçat Curb Chain Bracelet In Yellow Gold Weight 40, 13 G
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