Sometimes referred to by the British as a 'gate bracelet' this charming and eminently wearable adornment hails back to the turn-of-the-twentieth century. Each main link is overlaid with a shimmering four-leaf clover composed of small natural pearls. This Edwardian-era treasure, rendered in very Brit...(more)
This is a funky and chunky silver bracelet made by Fred Davis Ambriz, circa 1940s. The highly dimensional tank-tread-style links are finished with a high polish. Stamped 'Made in Mexico' 'Ambriz'.
What is most usually found atop a ring shank is, instead, featured in the center of this Victorian-era bracelet. A bright green Colombian emerald, weighing .40 carat, radiates from the center of a sparkling diamond halo outlined with a scalloped platinum border. The two center-most of the elongated ...(more)
This bright and happy bracelet, from late-Victorian/early-Edwardian-era England, shimmers with alternating pastel-blue oval aquamarines and round raspberry-red tourmalines - an effective, yet highly unusual, combo. The very British 15 karat rose gold links artfully combine nautical-style links and t...(more)
This dainty and delightful Edwardian bracelet was delicately handcrafted in platinum over yellow gold right around the year 1900. The extended center section glistens with a central old mine-cut diamond embellished with light and lacy platinum openwork sprinkled with smaller old mine diamonds and t...(more)
A tantalizing trio of electric aqua-blue zircons are fancifully framed in bright 14 karat yellow gold in this light and lovely vintage bracelet dating back to the 1940s-1950s. Just shy of 7 inches long.
A truly magnifique antique bracelet, masterfully crafted in rich 18 karat gold, glistening antique cushion-cut diamonds, shimmering natural freshwater pearls and dramatic turquoise (on top) and black enamel (on the sides) - masterfully crafted in nineteenth-century France. A regal and remarkable one...(more)
Eight luminous moonstones with blue-flash overtones are bezel set and connected with slender oval links in this straight-ahead, mid-century vintage bracelet. 7 1/2 inches long; with safety chain.
6.75 carats of bright white and beautiful round brilliant-cut diamonds beam from this stunning and very wearable late-twentieth-century bracelet, crafted in two-tone 18 karat gold by none other than the éminence grise of American jewelers - Tiffany & Company. The 'X' motif nicely mirrors...(more)
An unusual coral bracelet with alternating strands of dark pink and dark salmon-color coral beads.
Who would ever guess that this fabulous, all-original Art Deco bracelet - circa 1930 - is set with synthetic sapphires? The stones have a lovely medium, slightly violetish-blue not usually seen in synthetic sapphires, so it could easily fool an expert unless examined with a microscope! The design ...(more)
This exquisite original Art Deco bracelet is hand fabricated in platinum and features a highly decorative repeating geometric pattern that is quintessential 1920s chic. The bracelet is 7 1/4 inches long and 1/2 inch wide and features five electric-blue sapphires surrounded by bright-white accent dia...(more)