A wonderful silver coin bracelet from Great Britain! This unique bracelet is comprised of two rows of English coins, which range in dates between 1886-1941. There are 20 coins in total, forming two strands of links, which are connected by small silver jump rings. Due to the range in dates, the oldest coins are from the Victorian era (ca1837-1901), and display the face of Queen Victoria in profile on the face of the coin. The remaining coins display the faces of the Kings George V and George VI. Dangling from one of the coins at the base is a small coin plaque stamped "SILVER" on the back. The bracelet fastens with a simple spring ring clasp at the end. A very stylish bracelet, it makes a wonderful statement piece that would appeal to any history lover or coin collector!
Measurements: The bracelet measures 7 3/4" long, and would fit best on a large sized wrist. The double row of coins gives the bracelet a total width of 1 1/4". Each coin has a diameter of approximately 5/8".
Condition: The overall condition of the bracelet is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to any of the coins or connecting jump rings. The clasp is secure and in good working condition.