Our selection of Antique Bracelets, Edwardian Bracelets, Art Deco Bracelets and more.
This ingenious, ultra-cool serpent bangle was expertly hand-crafted in gleaming 15k gold, and is likely English, circa 1940s. Our charming reptilian friend has glittering rose-cut diamond eyes, sports an adorable emerald cabochon beret and swivels open so that the experience of opening and closing t...(more)
A perfect and pristine original Edwardian bracelet - circa 1900 - exquisitely hand-fabricated in platinum and glistening with 1.35 carats of bright-white and sparkling old mine-cut diamonds. The gracefully domed center section elegantly mimics the design of classic three-stone rings of the period an...(more)
A twinkling rose-cut diamond flower set atop a turquoise enamel cartouche which, in turn, overlays a curvaceous golden baroque centerpiece, is the central focus of this precious and pristine, early-Victorian bracelet, elegantly and artfully crafted in 15K yellow gold - hence of British origin. The u...(more)
A substantial and chic 1940s dimensional 'tank tread' link bracelet with a subtle and stylish twist - the pattern alternates the classic rectangular links with lovely lozenge-shaped ones for graphic interest. Beautifully crafted in rich 18 karat rose gold, with an ingenious concealed double clasp, t...(more)
Few come sweeter than this ultra-charming La Belle Époque jewel, delicately handcrafted in platinum over 18K gold - circa 1900. A single bright and lustrous natural button pearl with iridescent highlights glistens from a gracefully designed openwork centerpiece twinkling with tiny old mine-cut dia...(more)
Round and round they go, 14 glistening glacier blue emerald-cut aquamarines, together totaling 45 carats, are presented with minimal fuss in this cool and refreshing gemstone bracelet. Hand fabricated in sturdy 14K white gold. 7 inches by 5/16 inch.
Put on a happy face! All sitting members of the Seven Japanese Gods of Fortune, a/k/a the Seven Lucky Gods, are duly accounted for in this extra-charming, joyful and colorful bracelet depicting from left to right: Hotei - God of Happiness; Jurojin - God of Long Life; Daikoku - G...(more)
We see quite a lot of jewelry here at Lang Antiques, and yet we can't recall coming across anything quite like this striking, fanciful and substantial antique bracelet dating from the latter-1800s. An intriguing amalgam of Victorian decorative styles, this piece combines Neo-Gothic tracery (check ou...(more)
A splendidly feminine antique bracelet dating back to the early-to-mid 1800s. Five pale pastel blue foil-backed aquamarines are embraced all around with delicate cannetille gold work to create the centerpiece and clasp of this precious Georgian jewel. The classic double chain brings the total length...(more)
This sleekly styled bracelet from the 1950s, possibly early-60s, shines front and center with a glistening glacier blue aquamarine measuring 27 carats. The bright and lively, almost square, pastel color gemstone nestles between twinkling diamond-set arrow motifs overlaid atop a gleaming golden brace...(more)
Twenty-seven bright-white, high-quality European-cut diamonds, totaling 3.00 carats, glisten from within finely milgrained bezels centered in platinum 'compass' settings in this classic, and eminently wearable, 1930s vintage Art Deco fancy link bracelet. A rather lovely match with our necklace #90-1...(more)
A gleaming 1 and 3/8 inch wide jingly-jangly bracelet, crafted during the 1940s-50s in characteristic 18K rosy-yellow gold. The distinctive links suggest highly stylized bow motifs or possibly Victorian doorknockers. A fun and fashionable Retro adornment. 7 1/2 inches.