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Victorian Taille D'épargne Bangle

SKU CH3595

Circa 1880. This beautiful 14KT Victorian bangle was embellished using a technique called taille d'epargne, which literally means "saving cut" in French. Also known as enamel tracery, the technique involved filling engraved lines in a metal base with enamel - usually black. This technique was used to decorate chatelaines, bracelets, watch cases and mourning jewelry. This bangle fit a 6-inch wrist.

The bangle measures 13mm wide and fits a 6-inch wrist. 

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