Inspired by a jewelry box gifted to The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England, The Queen's Jewelry Collection was created exclusively for Colonial Williamsburg stores.
The scrollwork design on this stunning Gold Plated Sterling Silver Garnet Cuff Bracelet reflects the intricate mother-of-pearl inlays on the turn of the 18th-century jewelry box. Displayed at the center of the "stars" are seven garnet stones, adding sparkle and regal elegance.
Our bracelet features a spring hinge closure for easy on-and-off. Pair our bracelet with other pieces in The Queen's Jewelry Collection to complete the look.
- Inspired by a gift to The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England
- Gold-plated sterling silver bracelet
- Seven garnet stones, for a total of .6 carats
- Spring hinge closure for easy on-and-off
- Interior circumference 7 1/4", 5/16" wide
- Colonial Williamsburg exclusive
- Hand-crafted by artisans in Thailand
During Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England's visit to Williamsburg in 1957 to commemorate the 350th anniversary of Jamestown settlement, she brought an incredible gift for The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation - a stunning jewelry box, or "casket" made in Mexico, dating to 1660-1710. This jewelry box is a multicultural object representing the intersection of Asian, Mexican, and European art in New Spain around the turn of the 18th century. Visit our digital collections website to see pictures of the box and read the whole story about this fascinating object (# 1957-164,A).