Wilhelmina was given a matching bracelet by Walther

Juvelerarfirma Gustaf Möllenborg1868/1874

Hallwyl Museum

Hallwyl Museum
Stockholm, Sweden

On Christmas Eve 1868, Wilhelmina received a bracelet similar to Walther’s breastpin and cuff links. Unlike Walther’s items, however, the bracelet doesn’t contain any diamonds.

The bracelet is from Möllenborg and features charms with the initials and portraits of all the members of the family, including parents and parents-in-law. It was a symbol of belonging. At Christmas 1874, additional charms were added to the bracelet following the birth of daughters Elma and Irma.


  • Title: Wilhelmina was given a matching bracelet by Walther
  • Creator: Juvelerarfirma Gustaf Möllenborg
  • Date Created: 1868/1874
  • Artist info: Photo: Erik Lernestål
  • Original Language: Swedish
  • Subject Keywords: Jewellery, Gold, enamel, bracelet, Wilhelmina von Hallwyl
  • Rights: CC-BY-SA
  • External Link: Inventory number: XXV:III:A.a.04.

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