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)
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 delightful and very wearable gold link bracelet of unexpected origin. This early and very rare modrne bauble alternates with striking geometric yellow and rose gold links fashioned in the distinctive Retro style. The bracelet is hallmarked with Czechoslovakian(!) marks which date this piece to bet...(more)
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.
Compared to their sapphire and diamond counterpart's, Victorian ruby and diamond bangle bracelets are relatively rare. Here we have an exemplary model glowing with nine ravishing, red, graduated oval rubies, together weighing 4 carats, interspersed with a pair of glistening old mine-cut diamonds for...(more)
Here is a fabulous and substantial, 1 1/2 inch wide, multi-dimensional Retro bracelet with contrasting textured and polished links in 18K yellow gold. The ingenious interwoven geometric pattern of the links is truly Escheresque! This bright, bold and beautiful bracelet measures 7 3/4 inches long but...(more)
A rare, wonderful and exceptionally fine platinum, sapphire and diamond Art Deco jewel from 1920s France. A slender row of vibrant royal-blue rectangular-cut sapphires culminate in a sparkling diamond-set oval link flanked by a pair of sizzling diamond-set flames in this truly exquisite and extraord...(more)
Three glowing cabochon garnets are entwined in a handmade double-serpentine chain in this bewitching antique bracelet, circa 1885. The bracelet measures its original full 7 3/8 inches - rather rare for a bracelet of this age. The central section conceals a flip-down bale to accommodate an added char...(more)