14K Yellow gold bracelet featuring prong set marquise and round brilliant cut diamonds (126 total, 7.00 carats total weight, I-K color, SI-I1 clarity) in a repeated design. This bracelet has a box clasp with safety and measures 3/8 wide by 7 1/2 long.
This Victorian style silver bangle bracelet is a lovely representation of bangle from this era. The top side is adorned with what could either be maple or ivy leaves. It bears hallmarks for Birmingham, 1965-66 and was manufactured by Deakin & Frances Ltd.
A liquid, royal-blue 'sugarloaf' cabochon sapphire weighing 13.69 carats floats in the center of this sensational and substantial Art Deco bracelet from the 1930s. The bracelet sections feature a gently graduated line of vivid, deep-blue sapphires - most likely of Burmese origin - weighing 9.00 cara...(more)
This interesting Victorian cuff centers a decorative portion riveted in place and adorned by rose and green gold appliqués in a delightful floral spray. It is flanked by a dramatic fabric like pattern of beads with a dark patina. This cuff actually looks as though it belongs on the cuff of a ladie...(more)
This relatively recent bangle bracelet exudes modernity and style. A flash of pave diamonds overlays a flared pattern of alternating yellow gold and white gold rope like twists. Wearable for many occasions.
A fun and festive gold bracelet dating back to Victorian times, in softly patinated rose-yellow gold and colorized all round with one each of the following gems: diamond, emerald, ruby, pearl, amethyst and sapphire (that just about covers everything!). An everyday delight.