Archeological-Revival Gold and Enamel Bangle-Bracelet, Robert Phillips of Cockspur St, London, Circa 1870
7,000 - 9,000 USD
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Centering a thick hollow gold band decorated with gold granules and a repetitive pattern of white enamel ovals dotted with blue enamel at the centers, bordered above and below with a row of large gold spheres on short spokes, internal circumference 7 inches, maker's mark for Robert Phillips of Cockspur Street London.
A very similar example, also by Robert Phillips is noted in The Art of the Jeweller, a catalogue of the Hill Grandy gift to the British Museum Vol I Text, pp. 156-157, no. 980 and Vol II Plates, p. 261, no. 980.