Art Deco style fish knife bracelet

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Here at Chris’s fork emporium we turn antique and vintage cutlery into beautiful handmade cutlery jewellery. Vintage cutlery bracelet made from a silver plated, Art Deco style fish knife. Please read the details for more about its history.

This simple Art Deco style fish knife has been shaped into a beautiful bracelet. Carefully cut, drilled & polished it has been given a new life , free from a dusty drawer where it lay, unused & unloved for decades. It was made by James Dixon of Sheffield in approximately 1920’s.

The silver plated knife was assembled with sterling silver split rings & safety chain and a strong magnetic catch.

size is 7.5cm at widest diameter, fits wrist 17-19cm circumference.

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Care for your bracelet by occasionally cleaning with an impregnated silver cloth.

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Please note that I try to be as green as possible and usually reuse boxes where possible - however during the Covid Pandemic all packaging is brand new.

Covid - please note that ALL items may take up to 2 weeks to post out at this current time, although are usually sent out much sooner. Please also be aware that Royal Mail may also be experiencing delays at this time which is out of my control.

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Weight 50 kg
Dimensions 16 × 10 × 4 cm


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