This is a vintage Scottish silver bracelet, which is set with three deep-coloured green moss agates and three pale citrines. Both are typical Scottish stones. Agates are found mainly in Fife and citrines in the Cairngorms. The agates are 2.1cm long and 1.5cm wide, the citrines are 1.4cm long and 1cm wide with a textured silver surround so that these settings are a large as the agates. The entire bracelet is 18cm long, which would fit most wrists except for very strong ones. The back is stamped “Silver” and “Scotland”. The bracelet presumably dates from at least the 1950, but could be quite a bit older, because this kind of so-called Scottish pebble jewellery has been made from Victorian times onward. Everything is in excellent condition. It is a beautiful piece, which will nor fail to be noticed.