An antique rose gold bangle from 1851 etched with ivy and beautifully framed with gold beading and rope details. As English ivy grows and grows, it forms an inseparable bond with whatever it clings to. To the Victorians, ivy was a meaningful symbol commonly used in jewelry to express fidelity, friendship, and eternity. Set in 9k rose gold, this hinged bangle was made in Birmingham, England. It features a tongue-in-groove click-in clasp and a safety chain for added security. The bangle has an inner circumference of about 6 1/2 inches and graduates from 1/8 inch to 3/8 inch wide.