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Edwardian Horseshoe Bangle


There is some debate about the correct orientation of the lucky horseshoe. Some say it should be worn with points facing down in order for good fortune held within to pour forth, others say it should face up in order to catch the prosperity raining down from the heavens. In the case of this rare and exquisite late Victorian horseshoe bangle, how about wearing it sideways around the wrist? Fashioned in rose gold with platinum rivets, this bangle hinges open at the top and stays securely in place thanks to its curb link safety chain. It may just bring you luck and it will most certainly bring you many compliments.


  • Materials

    14k rose gold (tests), platinum (tests)

  • Age

    c. 1900

  • Condition

    Very good - there are a couple noticeable dents along the side of the shank; minor surface wear commensurate with age and use

  • Size

    6 3/4" inner circumference, 3/8" at the widest point of the shank