Victorian Steel Cut Buckle Jewelry Shrug
Make a statement with this jewelry shrug. The highlight of this piece is an antique steel cut buckle from the Victorian era - late 1800s to early 1900s. Steel cut accessories were popular from the 1700s through the 1930s, and were originally made by riveting tiny, faceted studs into a decorative base. This particular example has withstood the test of time and retained all its original studs.
Faceted pyrite and labradorite hold the piece in place, while 3 cascading chains wrap around the body and connect to a smaller, steel cut button drape.
Comprised of nickel free brass, steel, vintage and contemporary components.
Sternum to shoulder blade measures 14", side drapes measure 24" at the shortest. This piece will comfortably fit a S-L, but can be altered to fit additional sizes. Please contact me directly.