Queen Bracelet Traditional in 925 Sterling Silver
Original Portuguese Queen Bracelet or Vianesa Bracelet - fashion folk - Portuguese Traditional Jewelery - Brand-new (Unused).
Very elegant and exclusive bracelet, handmade by experienced Artisans and manufactured in 925 Sterling Silver. Symbol of nobility and royalty woman, its design was inspired by the earrings that appeared in Portugal in the reign of Queen Mary I.
*** True royalty love this model until this day, and Queen Letizia from Spain and Princess Mary from Denmark, are often seen wearing Queen Earrings!
Model: Queen Bracelet (à Vianesa)
Material: 925 Sterling Silver
Diameter: aprox. 6,5 cm on the widest part, and 5,5 cm on the narrowest part
Motif Size: aprox. 5,5 cm height x 2,8 cm width
Weight: aprox. 7,4 grams
Condition: Brand-new (Unused)
Original Portuguese Traditional Jewellery
Saying goes that these earrings (Queen Earrings) are a symbol of female fertility, and it is believed that a pair of these have been offered to Queen Maria I, upon her visit to Viana do Castelo city, wich made them known as Queen Earrings. In its constitution stands a round part, as a fertilized womb, with a smaller and loose circle within, that could mean the child attached to the mother, that is at the same time an independent piece, as the child will leave the womb. In the bottom part of the earrings is an inverted triangle, which is the feminine symbol.
All our jewelry has the Official Assay Office Punch insuring the manufactured metal and fineness. This mark is applied in all pieces by The Portuguese Mint and Official Printing Office, that provides the guarantee by checking the fineness of the pieces, displayed in thousandths. A fineness of 925 - the one used in our pieces - means that in 1000 units of mass of the alloy, 925 units are pure precious metal.
Your jewel will be placed and sent in a jewelry box (color of the box may vary).
Will be shipped in a padded envelope.
In hands and ready to ship from Portugal (Europe).
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