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Time to buckle up your wrist with this fabulous one-inch wide oval shaped, single hinged bangle bracelet. Crafted in silver and artfully and realistically sculpted in the form of a belt and buckle. Elaborate hand engraving makes this original Victorian adornment something special. Made circa. 1885. Birmingham silver and date stamps and makers stamp, Constantine & Floyd.

Tip. The writs-lock works by pressing the small tab down and pulling away

Constantine & Floyd

Alfred Constantine and William Henry Floyd initially had their business at Caroline Street, Birmingham. The marks were registered at Birmingham, London and Chester. John Culme relates in his Directory of Gold & Silversmiths, Jewellers & Allied Traders 1838-1914, that Alfred Constantine & William Henry Floyd were described in 1900 as wholesale jewellers and factors and that they established their business in 1903 at 14, Regent Place, Birmingham. The firm was incorporated as a limited liability company in 1901 under the style of Constantine & Floyd Ltd. They opened a branch in 1903 at 45, Hatton Garden, London. Constantine & Floyd Ltd were eventually absorbed in 1931 by H. Williamson Ltd.

Excellent condition. Lock works since a snug. Some light age related surface ware but otherwise very nice overall.

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A striking early example from well respected Birmingham silversmiths Constantine & Floyd

Materials: Silver
Diamater fullest: Outer - 6.5cm. Inner - 5.5cm. Width - 2.5cm
Fit wrist comfortable: Up to 16.5cm
Weight: 33 grams
Era: Victorian
Stamps: Birmingham assay, makers and date mark

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Silver belt-buckle bangle by Constantine & Floyd, Birmingham, circa 1885