A spectacularly designed and executed platinum, diamond and sapphire bracelet circa 1925. The four main links are each set with three floating marquise diamonds punctuated with two square-cut diamonds bordered by french cut calibre sapphires.The stepped diamond connector links are crowned with unusu...(more)
A spectacular and highly distinctive Art Deco bracelet from the 1920s glitters with an array of old European-cut diamonds and calibre emeralds. A slender undulating ribbon of bright green emeralds weave in and out of the whimsical arrangement of sparkling old European-cut diamonds set in individual ...(more)
An extraordinary early-twentieth century bracelet, hand-crafted in lustrous platinum, with a lovely play of diamonds and sapphires like effervescent bubbles for the wrist. This exquisite bracelet features fifteen bright blue, bezel-set sapphires accompanied by 12.00 carats of bright-white bezel and ...(more)
Golden Ying and Yangish swirls are centered with alternating old mine-cut diamonds and faceted round emeralds in this very charming and cheerful Art Nouveau bracelet, beautifully crafted in velvety finished 18 karat yellow gold - circa 1900. 7 1/2 inches long by 3/8 inch wide.
This rare, ravishing and feminine early Art Deco jewel by the great American jeweler - Black Starr & Frost, centers on an angel skin coral plaque carved with a lovely, burgeoning floral motif. The coral is set in a platinum bezel embraced on each side with geometric Art Deco links rendered in dr...(more)
Ten spherical yellow gold hollow beads, set all around with tiny turquoise half-beads of varying hues, join hands to create this fanciful, fun and exotic mid-century bracelet. Two pairs of smaller spheres dangle from the side or await to be made into matching earrings - your choice. 14 karat yellow...(more)
A streamlined and striking original platinum and diamond Art Deco bracelet - circa 1930s - featuring five European-cut diamonds sparkling across the center, bordered by slender rows of bright royal blue calibre-cut sapphires. The bracelet is further fully set with 102 European and round-cut diamonds...(more)
Something quite unexpected in an antique slide bracelet. Rather than hailing from Edwardian England, or its turn-of-the-century American cousin, this beauty came to us the long way - from Imperial Russia! This dramatic bracelet is a rich, rosy 14 karat gold curb link that is adjustable to any length...(more)
This platinum straightline diamond bracelet from the 1920s was updated in the 1940s, when yellow gold came back into fashion, with a 14 karat yellow gold wheat motif articulated border. In the glamorous 1940s jewelry had to be big and bold to be in style and this bracelet makes a solid statement wit...(more)
This truly stunning three-quarter inch wide bracelet dates back to the early decades of the twentieth century - circa 1910-1920. The platinum bracelet centers on a glowing 2.75 carat round cabochon emerald that briefly interrupts a sparkling row of bright-white European-cut diamonds which, along wit...(more)
Sentimental yesterday, stylish today. This mourning bracelet circa 1870s is striking in its simplicity. One side is set with rectangular-shaped, heavily beveled black onyx with micro-milgrain finished edges, the reverse in flowing black enamel. 14 karat rose gold.
A pair of Victorian beauties are beautifully captured in bright pink coral in this splendid bracelet and earring set - circa 1885. The frame of the bangle bracelet is embellished with small sparkling round diamonds set amid golden rosettes and is embraced by graceful decoratively pierced shoulders. ...(more)