Enamel & Ruby Bracelet by Mrs Newman Circa 1890 – 1900

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    High Carat Gold, (18ct) Ruby and Enamel line bracelet, signed Mrs N (Newman), very good condition. Length 17.5cm Width 7.5mm Weight 20.3g. Circa 1890 – 1900.

    11 fine red rubies estimated total weight of 2.00 carats.

    Charlotte Newman (1840-1927), also known as Mrs Philip Newman, was active between 1870 and 1910 and was a pupil and assistant to the noted jeweller John Brogden. Together they exhibited at the International Exhibitions in Paris in 1867 and 1878. She won a médaille d’honneur for her collaboration with Brogden at the 1878 exhibition. After his death in 1885, she incorporated his craftsmen and workshop into her own business. She was the first woman to be admitted to the Jewellers Guild in London.

    Main Stone

    Ruby

    Stone Shape

    Varying, cushion, oval and round

    Carat/Size

    2.00cts

    Colour

    Good red

    Era

    Arts and Crafts

    Metal Type

    Yellow Gold

    Finger Size

    N/A