This exquisite pair of Victorian tracery enamel cuff bracelets feature beautiful large pansies on both sides of the cut with leaf scroll work surrounding. The hollow form 14k gold cuff bracelets dates to about 1880. The imagery is the same on both sides of the cuffs. The work of the engraved pansy with black enamel is so delicate and well done, it practically glows on the bangle. The Pansy motif in jewelry is popular, and was popular in the late Victorian era and early Art Nouveau era when a pansy was a gift to a loved one asking them to think of thee. A play off the French verb "pensee" which means "to think." This pair is in great condition, with some dents only to the inside of the bracelet, not to the outside. They are 0.75 inches wide and 2.38 inches across the side and 1.75 inches top to bottom.