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Vintage 1950s 12k Gold Filled Blue Gem and Pearl Cuff Bangle Bracelet Bridal Jewellery Wedding Something Blue Jewelry Estate Find

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(THIS ITEM IS NOT GOLD PLATED IT IS ANTIQUE OR VINTAGE GOLD FILLED. PLEASE READ THE EXPLANATION FOR VINTAGE AND ANTIQUE GOLD FILLED JEWELLERY BELOW THE DESCRIPTION) IF USING THE PHONE APP HIT THE MORE+ BUTTON FOR FULL DESCRIPTION, SIZING ETC.

This is a stunning 12k …

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For Afterpay payment option (domestic buyers only) visit our website www.vintagejewelleryco.com.au
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(THIS ITEM IS NOT GOLD PLATED IT IS ANTIQUE OR VINTAGE GOLD FILLED. PLEASE READ THE EXPLANATION FOR VINTAGE AND ANTIQUE GOLD FILLED JEWELLERY BELOW THE DESCRIPTION) IF USING THE PHONE APP HIT THE MORE+ BUTTON FOR FULL DESCRIPTION, SIZING ETC.

This is a stunning 12k gold filled vintage bangle signed and hallmarked M inside a triangle (Marathon USA and 12k gf). I am a bit stumped on the age of this one as the stepping on the sides is quite Art deco however there was a revival of art deco traits to jewellery in the 1950s. I have therefore dated it to c1950s-1960s. Its a stunner. A large bezel set multi faceted Blue Topaz coloured stone in the centre and claw set tiny pearls as a surround (untested and sold as is)

It’s a mechanical pull apart which then snaps back in place on the wrist and has a safety chain added that slots into the bangle to prevent loss.

Good Vintage condition. No dings No dents This is a beautiful bangle and would be ideal for any woman for day or night wear or perhaps a bride – think “Something Blue”

The bangle’s front cartouch from step to step is approimaely 5cm. The band 1.4cms wide and the bangle will fit up to a 7 inch or 18cm wrist. Weighs 14gms. All measurements and sizing is approimate only.

Gold filled, also known as Gold Overlay, Gold Shell or similiar to “rolled gold,” jewellery as it is made with a base metal (usually brass or silver in the 1940s war period) that is covered with a thick layer of gold. Unlike gold plating, the process used to create gold filled jewelry involves thick sheets of gold that are mechanically bonded using heat and high pressure, not electroplated. This bonding is permanent and the gold is much thicker than that of gold plate. It’s not uncommon to find gold filled jewelry that is 100 years old or older looking almost brand new.

In order to be considered gold filled, the gold content must be 5% or 1/20 of the total weight and the gold karat no lower than 10k or 9k for rolled gold. Not all vintage pieces are hallmarked as the maker could attest to the gold content on a tag in the presentation bo. Pieces prior to 1907 generally weren’t marked.

Because the layer of gold is so much thicker than plated jewelry, gold filled jewelry will not peel or flake, and with reasonable care will last as long as 14K gold jewellery. Although the gold can tarnish with age, buffing with a silver cleaning cloth or a very mild cleaning solution will usually restore the lovely finish. An added benefit is that people with sensitive skin will find it safe and comfortable to wear.

Things to Remember: Solid Gold: Pure gold is mied with alloys to create solid gold with different karat values: 9k having the least amount of gold – 24k having the highest. Gold is very soft, so alloys are added to add strength. Gold Filled: Solid gold is rolled out into a sheet and then applied to a base metal through heat – applying a thick layer of gold. Electroplated Gold: A thin layer of solid gold added to a base metal through the use of electricity, slightly thicker than gold plate. Gold Plate: A thin spray of gold added to jewelry and can be rubbed off easily. Gold Vermeil: A light gilt of gold on a piece of jewelry over sterling silver.

A great deal of heirloom jewelry from the 1800s was gold filled, which demonstrates that gold filled jewelry is very durable.

You will generally find that modern jewellery being sold as gold filled at a cheap price is unregulated for its gold content and is inferior gold plate misusing the term “gold filled”.

All vintage and antique jewellery is described as accurately as possible. All vintage and antique jewellery will show a degree of age appropriate wear such as surface scratching, slight metal wear etc and this should be assumed. A number of photos will be provided, please view these photos as they form part of the description and ask any questions that you may have prior to purchase. All vintage and antique jewellery is sold as is. Any refund is subject to negotiation between the buyer and seller. I normally do not refund for change of mind, buyers remorse, colour interpretation, sizing or failure to read or interpret the description contents

All weights and measurements are approimate only

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