Jewellery. Bracelet. Giuliano, Carlo (Italian, 1831-1895). Composed of cast and chased silver panels hinged together and fastened by means of sliding gold rod which passes through three sections of silver tube, one in the middle of one end of the bracelet and two at the top and bottom end of the other. Each panel is decorated with three sunk squares containing a four-petalled flower surrounded by beading. In maroon leather case (A), lined with red velvet and inside the lid with white silk, printed in gold with a crown and ‘C. & A. GIULIANO/115 PICCADILLY/LONDON’. Silver and gold, length, bracelet, 18.0 cm, width, bracelet, 4.0 cm, length, case, 21.5 cm, width, case, 7.2 cm, circa 1874-1895, case c. 1896-1911. Acquisition Credit: Given by Mrs J. Hull Grundy.

Carlo Giuliano, armband, circa 1874-1895. Foto met dank aan The Fitzwilliam Museum©
Carlo Giuliano, armband, circa 1874-1895. Foto met dank aan The Fitzwilliam Museum©

Carlo Giuliano, armband, circa 1874-1895. Foto met dank aan The Fitzwilliam Museum©