Admiral braided bracelet with boat charm
Fastened with Tibetan silver Hook and eye clasp
Approx 20cm long
Comes with gift bag
The word “Admiral” is today come to be almost exclusively associated with the highest naval rank in most of the world’s navies. It is equivalent to the army rank of General.
The rank has also been subdivided into various grades, several of which are historically extinct while others remain in use in most present day navies. The Royal Navy used colours (red, white, and blue, in descending order) to indicate seniority of its admirals until 1864. Horatio Nelson’s highest rank was vice admiral of the white.