A beautifully styled Victorian Etruscan revival bracelet made by the English jewelry Henry Griffith & Sons. In the mid 19th century, Etruscan archaeological discoveries inspired Victorian jewelers to use techniques and motifs that had otherwise rarely been used in the 19th century. The use of granulation (tiny spheres of gold applied by hand to a gold surface) in this bracelet is exceptional and a trademark of Etruscan revival jewelry. The triangular design motif is unusually simple and modern though. Hinges to open with an unusual clasp mechanism that functions much better than what's typically seen in Victorian era bracelets.