3 old bracelets. I've had these so long that I no longer recall who, how or when I came upon them. 3 first one up above I believe to be made of brass and is composed of 3 or more sections. I learned this the hard way because I wore it so often. I have scrawny chicken bone wrists. Each time I put it on I had to gently bend it to hug me. & not fall to the floor. To my dismay, I realized one day that the bracelet was slowly coming apart in sections. This baby is now taking a rest indefinitely in storage.
It's a bit Art Nouveau-y in feel so I am guessing it to be from the late Victorian era to the early part of the turn of the century? I don't see any type of marking or identification on it. Bummer.
Bracelet number 2 is simple and plain. Perhaps A mourning bracelet? Late Victorian? I've seen others with much more embellishment but I love mine in all its simplicity.
These last two bracelets I beleive to be gold filled. Probably from the same time period as the others. Most likely Edwardian. Bracelet on the inside is sized for baby or toddler. Often this type is discovered wtih a name or the word BEBE etched on it.
Come to think of it I don't think that I paid more than 5 or $10 for any one of these. Love and cherish them all. Wonderful treasures with tales to tell are out there and everywhere.