Nine graduated opals, each punctuated by a pair of twinkling rose-cut diamonds, adorn the top of this classic, all original, late-nineteenth century hinged bangle bracelet.
This lovely and refined bracelet, dating back to the early 1900s, is composed of elongated, open navette-shape links set with calibre onyx baguettes, twinkling rose-cut diamonds and lustrous natural seed pearls. Exquisitely hand-crafted in platinum topped gold, this fine and feminine adornment measu...(more)
Delicate and extraordinary, this original Art Deco jadeite bracelet highlights a superlative, natural color, deep candy-apple green jadeite cabochon. The bracelet also consists of silky strands of tiny natural seed pearls accented by small, calibrated sapphires and diamonds to create an overall stu...(more)
This exceptional early Edwardian bracelet is hand crafted and intricately pierced in platinum over gold. The openwork navette and oval shapes overlap one another on a gentle incline. It scintillates with old mine and rose cut diamonds, tapering to an open link gold bracelet. An unusually wide (and...(more)
A classic Art Deco color combination: Black & White & Vermillion adds dramatic sophistication to this strikingly beautiful Art Deco bracelet, crafted in platinum - circa 1930. Six black onyx ovals overlapped with vivid orange-red enameled teardrops alternate with open sparkling diamond links...(more)
This sizable and extra-lovely antique hollow link bracelet, in ravishing 14 karat rose gold, measures 8 and 1/4 inches long (and easily shortened if necessary) by 1/2 inch wide. The bracelet is quite old (how old? we're not sure), displays a soft, warm patina and bears an obscured hallmark on the cl...(more)
A stunning and elegant hand-fabricated platinum bracelet from the high-Art Deco period - circa 1925. A sparkling array of European-cut, square emerald-cut, rectangular and triangle-cut diamonds, adding up to over 11.00 carats, are set into geometrically-inspired plaques and highlighted with double r...(more)
A super-sparkling row of twenty bright-white, half-carat transitional European-cut diamonds are bordered on each side by a straight line of smaller, tightly-packed European-cut diamonds in this classic Art Deco adornment, finely hand-crafted with inimitable French mastery during the latter-1930s. 9....(more)
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)
Nine sparkling old-mine and Swiss-cut diamonds are arrayed in a striking geometric design in this very cool and sophisticated antique bracelet, finely crafted in platinum over 14 karat gold, circa 1915-1920s. A rather lengthy 7 3/8 inches, but easily sizable.
A very lovely Victorian link bracelet, rendered in 15 karat yellow gold, is secured and adorned with a pair of heart shape lock clasps - the larger in 15K rose gold and the smaller in 9 karat rosy-yellow gold. Circa 1880. 7 1/2 inch long.
A shimmering pearl studded lily-of-the-valley gently embraces the top of a curved plaque composed of shiny black onyx in this precious and pristine hinged cuff bracelet, circa 1875. Consummate Victoriana - just a tad shy of three-quarters of an inch wide.