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Victorian9k Rose GoldGuard Chain

It's rare to find a Victorian guard chain that hasn't been chopped up into shorter lengths, but here's a nice one. Made in 9k gold around 1890, it was originally used to loop through a hand-warming fur muff to "guard" it from being lost. The 64" long boxy chain is a warm rose gold color you just can't reproduce in the modern era.


  • Materials

    9k rose gold

  • Age

    c. 1890

  • Condition


  • Stone

    64" long, including bale, which is 1"

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