Our opulent 14K gold overlay bracelet with carnelian cabochons is based on an original gold necklace by the Castellani family made in Italy before 1925. The original Campana necklace, in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, combines ancient carnelian scarabs (ca. fifth or fourth century B.C.) with granulated gold. The Castellani family’s best-known designs, which they called archaeological jewelry, were inspired by exquisite Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities excavated in Italy.
Produced in cooperation with the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
14K gold overlay with carnelian cabochons. Box-and- tongue closure. 7 1/4''L x 3/4''W.