“Mizpah” jewelry was very popular in the Victorian and early Edwardian eras. The term comes from the Old Testament and is defined as an emotional bond between people who have been separated from one another. This utterly remarkable late Victorian bracelet is made in 18k gold. The bangle’s bold, scalloped face features the word “mizpah” spelled out in alternating pearl and emerald letters. Absolutely wonderful and in near immaculate condition.
18k gold (tests), emeralds, seed pearls
6 1/2" inner circumference, 1 1/8" shank
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