A beautiful moonstone link bracelet from the Arts & Crafts (ca1910) era! This gorgeous sterling silver piece is comprised of open wirework links adorned with alluring moonstones, which connect together to form a flexible bracelet. A large 3-dimensional half-sphere link rests at the end, also acting as the base of the clasp. A single moonstone cabochon is set in the center and two smaller cabochons rest on either side of the link which is decorated with an ornate twisted wirework design swirled across the surface. Two strands of flower-like links form the remainder of the bracelet, each one holding a lovely bezel set moonstone cabochon at the center. A twisted wirework border surrounds each closed back stone, which rests within a lovely symmetrical beadwork design. The bracelet fastens with a push clasp seamlessly hidden within the half-sphere link, and a safety chain with a spring ring clasp provides extra security. A gorgeous and unique bracelet, it would make a perfect addition to any collection!
Measurements: The bracelet measures approximately 7 5/8" long, 1" wide, and is 1/4" thick. The 3-dimensional link measures about 1" in diameter is about 3/4" thick.
Condition: The overall condition of the bracelet is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the sterling setting. All of the moonstones are intact and securely set. The push clasp and safety chain are secure and in good working condition.