Our selection of Antique Bracelets, Edwardian Bracelets, Art Deco Bracelets and more.
An eternal springtime charmer in pretty pastel blue and ravishing 18 karat rose gold. A lucky seven faceted oval cushion-cut aquamarines, totaling 18 carats, are evenly spaced across this vintage 1940s bracelet measuring 7 inches long.
A rare and resplendent, one-of-a-kind garnet bracelet from nineteenth century France. Each of the rich, deep raspberry colored, emerald-cut gemstones are framed in white enamel which matches the alternating high-luster natural pearls. The centerpiece and clasp is composed of four matching kite shape...(more)
Modern simplicity in design and striking contrast in composition coalesce to create a truly stunning 1 and 3/16 inch wide by 7 3/4 inch long bracelet from the 1940s. Crafted in bright polished 14K rose gold and yellow gold stripes, a stunning Retro classic.
barely begins to describe this exemplary early-Victorian snake bracelet - circa 1840 - magnificently hand crafted in silver over rich 18K yellow gold and packed to the hilt with over 12 carats of bright-white old mine-cut diamond sparklers, including a .70 carat old-mine cushion-cut ...(more)
Slender ribbons of royal blue (synthetic) sapphires accent over 6 carats of sparkling white European-cut diamonds in this superbly hand crafted and impressive Jazz Age jewel. The stunning design, expertly rendered in platinum, features a central European-cut diamond, weighing .40 carat and is furthe...(more)
Seven love knots join hands with six natural pearls in this chic bracelet, hand fabricated in platinum, circa 1920s-30s, measuring 7 1/2 inch long.
Put on a happy face! All sitting members of the Seven Japanese Gods of Fortune (aka the Seven Lucky Gods) are duly accounted for in this joyful and colorful bracelet celebrating: Hotei - God of Happiness; Jurojin - God of Long Life; Daikoku - God of Wealth; Benzaiten - Goddess of Beauty; Bishamonte...(more)
A fantastic, architecturally inspired, multidimensional bracelet fashioned in the bold mid-Victorian style with more than a dash of Art Deco influence. A double terminated rocket ship adorned with black onyx, natural and synthetic rubies and glittering rose-cut diamonds wraps the wrist and measures ...(more)
This Victorian/Art Nouveau inspired diamond and opal bangle bracelet was crafted in the mid-twentieth century with close attention paid to every detail. The fourteen karat yellow gold bangle is crowned with finely milgrained, platinum and diamond whiplash motifs which lead the eye to a central prong...(more)
A sleek and slender 1920s Art Deco straight line bracelet centering on alternating rows of four bright cornflower blue square sapphires and four sparkling white old mine-cut diamonds, all of which are set in finely millegrained box settings. The 3 inch long center section transitions on both sides t...(more)
This exceptionally flexible and comfortable, stylized curb link bracelet, crafted in rich 18k yellow gold, features a combination of textures with ornately tooled central links bordered with high polished beveled links . The bracelet measures 7 1/2 inches in length and 1/2 inch in width and is fitte...(more)
Not the same ol' straight-row bracelet. Crafted in gleaming platinum with 8.00 carats of sparkling white, bezel-set European-cut diamonds, alternating in singles and pairs. An effective and effervescent variation on a timeless classic. 7 inches long.