Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s

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Turquoise snake antique buckle
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Spectacular and very rare dress buckle in sterling silver, in the shape of two snakes, set with turquoise beads, natural pearls and rubies. The back with remnants of mercury gilding. Antique English Georgian style and Regency period, from the early 1800s.

Condition: some surface wear, missing one turquoise stone by the snake head

Size: Wide: 3.8 cm Length: 7.6 cm

Style notes — late Georgian period mainly refers to the early 19th century, up to 1838. The style was predominantly neo-classical, that looked back at the ancient Greece and Rome and used those elements in design and decoration. Most Georgian items have straight and very clean lines and elegant repetitive floral patterns.

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Turquoise snake antique buckle
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s
Snake Buckle Turquoise Ruby & Pearl, English Early 1800s