A Georgian padlock clasp affixed to a newer (likely Victorian) chain. The padlock is set with turquoise and detailed emblems of the United Kingdom: the rose, thistle and clover which represent England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Wales is represented by the leek or sometimes daffodil and for whatever reason is not included in this patriotic melange.
10k gold (tests), turquoise cabochons
c. 1820 padlock clasp, newer chain
Very good - chain is not original to the clasp
16 3/4" length, 3/4" x 1/2" padlock
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1714 — 1837
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A turquoise given by a loving hand carries with it happiness and good fortune. -Arabic proverb