Antique 9ct 9K Gold Curb Link Albert Watch Chain Necklace (33.3g) | Double Dog Clip and T-Bar | 14.5″ length


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This quality Antique Albert Chain features a T-bar drop with a double dog clip fastening, measuring 14.5″ in length, modelled in solid 9ct Gold.

Each component and link is fully hallmarked with either ‘375’ or ‘9’ for 9ct Gold. The T bar is also marked with the makers mark ‘EW&S’ along with the dog clips.

An albert chain is a decorative chain, originally used to attach a pocket watch to the wearer’s clothing. The chain was named after Prince Albert, who was said to have been fond of wearing watch chains. The Dog clip would have been used to attach the pocket watch too and the T-Bar would go through the button hole of a waistcoat to secure in place.

Today these are often worn as necklaces and the clips can be used to hang a pendant from around the neck.

This is a quality example of an Albert chain which would make a great addition to any collection.

9ct Gold

Measures 14.5″ in length
Chain measures 6mm across widest part
T bar measures 3.3cm
Dog Clips measure 2.1cm x .8cm

33.3 grams

9, .375 on every component
Makers mark – EW&S
(E Whitehouse & Son from 1897)

Excellent antique condition

Item Number – 5114

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