SOLD: Necklace made of two Victorian sterling silver albertine chains, 21 1/2 inches, circa 1890


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When the whole is more than the sum of its parts … two late 19th century silver watch chains, simply joined together using their dog clips, form an interesting, wearable necklace. Both are too long alone for a bracelet, and too short for a necklace.

This is a successful marriage, partly due to the fact that both albertines have the same Prince of Wales link as their main chain.

A tassel, two T-bars and the dog clips invite you to play with different looks, possibly adding even more talismans in the future.


• Handmade in sterling silver
• Approximately 21 1/2 inches (59.5cm) long, 2cm (3/4 inch) wide
• Weight is 42.5 grams
• In excellent antique condition
• Will come in a Karen Deakin gift box

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