An Edwardian-era double Albert watch chain with a red jasper cameo fob, a tiny mounted animal horn charm, and a T-bar. The chain is a flat curb link and is built in 14K. The fobs are also 14K and attached as found, but they both predate the chain slightly.
Double Albert chains were designed so that the t-bar could be affixed at the center of a vest, with two attached chains going to each pocket, usually one with a watch and the other with a watch key. Because of the extra length of chain, they're well suited to wearing as a necklace. Measures 22 inches around the neck.