Snaffles and horseshoes a plenty create the interlocking links of this lovely equestrian bracelet that tells the story of the fox hunt with three hand painted reverse intaglio crystals depicting the fox, the jumper and the horse. Judging from his expression the fox got away. Tally Ho! 8 inches in le...(more)
Three links of diamond-centered carved quartz and glass - sometimes referred to as camphor glass - alternate with delicate filigree links to create a precious depression-era bracelet, circa 1930s. Crafted in bright 14 karat white gold, it measures 7 3/4 inches long. A lovely match with more)
5 Bs: a big bold and beautiful Bohemian Garnet bracelet, composed of seven gently graduated links culminating in a 1 and 3/8+ inch wide center section. Each section centers on an oval cabochon surrounded by double and triple (in the center) tiers of round faceted s...(more)
An unequivocally delightful bracelet from the early Art Deco era - circa 1920's, hand fabricated in platinum and featuring six scissor-cut, light blue Aquamarines set in delicately milgrained bezel settings alternating with lacy, pierced platinum plaques dotted with glittering single-cut diamonds. T...(more)
A fabulous feline! From the renowned and highly collectable New York atellier David Webb comes this magnificent 18 karat yellow gold panther chasing his/her tail around your wrist. The stylized three dimensional panther head, textured with fine fur with whiskers and eyebrows in glistening hig...(more)
Style and quality-wise we assumed that this ultra-stunning, high-Art Deco platinum and diamond bracelet is of French origin, when in fact it is à la Manière Française. This sweet Viennese confection is composed of five repeating lozenge-shape sections, each crowned with a high-color and cl...(more)
An unusual, exotic and festive pair of hinged bangle bracelets expertly crafted with domed gold mesh dotted all around with bright royal blue lapis half beads, and further ornamented with turquoise blue enamel and floral motif overlays. Expertly and sturdily crafted in 14K with a rich, high-carat go...(more)
This astonishingly beautiful and truly sensational triumvirate of original late-19th century bangle bracelets, rendered in the classic Victorian style, boast superior quality natural Burma rubies (7.50 carats), exceptionally bright, crystalline Colombian emeralds (5.75 carats) and an ultra-sparkling...(more)
1 and 1 1/16 inches wide and wonderful, this Victorian era hinged bangle bracelet is crafted in silver and is embossed all around with an artfully stylized floral and foliate pattern. By Vaughten and Sons, Birmingham, England - est. 1819!
Light (hollow) and lovely, a classic late-19th/early-20th century hinged bangle bracelet, rendered in bright and sturdy 9K yellow gold (hence of British origin), elegantly hand engraved on the top half with a flowing foliate design. The bracelet fits about a 6 3/4 inch wrist size.
Unmistakable early-twentieth century Tiffany & Co. quality and refinement distinguishes this sublime Edwardian/early-Art Deco bracelet from its counterparts. A gently graduated row of high color and clarity European-cut diamonds culminate in a 1.25 carats center stone of the same superior quality. T...(more)
A classic Art Deco platinum and diamond line bracelet sparkling all around with 39 bright-white, high-quality European-cut diamonds, totaling 4 carats, set in individual square box links. Each section is finely milgrained with decorative open scroll sides. Circa 1920s-30s, this timeless Jazz Age ado...(more)