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Double Albert Chain - Silver

watch chain

Item: 008660


Our silver Double Albert Watch Chain is a classic and stylish accessory that was popular from the mid 19th century to the early 20th century. Named after Prince Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria, who was known for his impeccable sense of fashion.

An "Albert chain" is a standard pocket watch chain featuring an extension known as a "drop." This small additional section of chain dangles from the T-bar, which attaches to a waistcoat or jacket lapel. The drop often ends with a "fob." Most fobs were purely decorative, but some gentlemen choose affiliation badges such as university or family crests for their fobs.

Our Albert chain features two 9.5 inch long chains with a swivel clasp, a 1.5 inch wide "T" bar to secure the chain to your vest through a buttonhole, and a small 1 inch chain to attach a fob or a decorative charm.

Brass with satin silver tone finish. Imported.

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Average Rating: 5.00/5.00 stars from 4 reviews

Pocket watch
May 3, 2024
John Peterson
Thoreau NM
Shiny silver chains
These are a great addition to a vintage wardrobe. If only there was something to attach to the middle chain, like jewelery or something. Also having a pocket watch on one side means the other chain tends to fall out a fair bit without something weighing it down. Editor's note: We are working on getting watch fobs for the opposite pocket and decorations for the middle chain.
Mar 6, 2024
Jamie Riley
Launceston Tasmania
Pocket watch chain
Different occasion, a silver anniversary same feeling and look.
Feb 2, 2024
Tony Esteves
Lodi CA
watch chain
looks good easy to use
Oct 27, 2023
John Mahon
Coatesville PA

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