Out of stock
Time Period: 1800s
Material: 9ct Yellow Gold
This chunky old T or Albert bar has that warm slightly pinky hue that is so familiar with older gold pieces. This plain example has a fixed bar that doesn’t turn in its setting and four links of varying sizes. The bar is 38mm in length and 3mm in diameter. On one side there is a makers mark of CDB for Charles Daniel Broughton who was a jeweller inBirmingham in the 1890s. The other side displays the anchor hallmark for Birmingham assay office and 9 .375 which indicates 9ct gold.
The weight is 4.82g.
Please note, this item is not new and is sold as shown and described. Vintage items will inevitably display some signs of wear. I will point out anything I think is significant, but I also provide multiple photos of each item from different angles, which enable you to judge the condition for yourself. Every photo is of the actual item for sale and the piece you will receive.
All items are shipped via Royal Mail and fully tracked for peace of mind.
Customers from outside the UK, I do ship to many countries. If you are unable to complete your purchase please contact me and I will be able to advise shipping costs if possible. Please be aware that you may be liable for import duties. I will give you full tracking details, but the speed of delivery beyond the UK is out of my control. As such I am unable to guarantee delivery dates.