This is a bracelet that is designed to be worn on the upper arm.
This is a bracelet made of many moveable segments, for example a snake-link or panel bracelet.
A bracelet made of a single piece with no segments or joins.
The buckle can be functional or decorative. Popular motif in Victorian era.
A bangle that does not fully go around the arm.
This is a strap bracelet made from flat, broad links with a buckle fastener, mordant and occasionally a slide. First popular in the mid-1800s.
Link (or Curb Chain)
This style of bracelet was designed to look like cuff and were fashionable in Paris in the 1850s and 1860s before spreading to England.
A bracelet with a fastener resembling a buckle but does not have a fastening pin.
(Is also used to describe bracelets with Victorian or Victorian retrospective slides on two chains.)
Flat articulated bracelet, usually with a buckle fastener.
Tennis (type of line bracelet)
A bracelet with stones (often diamonds) in closely packed settings, creating a single line.