Archeological Revival Gold, Turquoise, and Enamel Bangle

A yellow gold bangle with a thick gold centre band ornamented with gold granules and a repetitive pattern of white enamel ovals dotted with blue enamel at the centre, bordered above and below with a row of large gold spheres, each set with a cabochon-cut turquoise on a short spoke, maker’s mark: Robert Phillips of Cockspur Street London, circa 1870.

PeriodVictorian
MakerRobert Phillips
PriceSold
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