At first we assumed that this sleek and sparkling Art Deco bracelet was a mid-century conversion from a 1920-30s bar pin, however, on closer examination it seems to be a rare and original bangle bracelet design. Whatever the case, this gorgeous Art Deco jewel shines front and center with a 1.10 cara...(more)
Four bright apple-green carved jade discs, encircled in necklaces of tiny seed pearls, alternate with fancy golden links to create this colorful and exotic mid-century bracelet. 7 1/2 inches by 7/8 inch wide.
A colorful quintet of round opals - predominantly blue and green with flashes of orange - the center of which serves as the focal point of a sparkling diamond-petaled flower, adorn the top of this light and lovely Victorian hinged bangle bracelet crafted in 14K rose gold.
From the Land of the Rising Sun, the first Japanese-themed charm bracelet we've ever come across. Eleven silver charms, among them: Buddha, Pagoda, Abacus, Zori sandals, etc., jingle-jangle on a silver link bracelet. 7 1/2 inches. Utsukushii!
Eight fanciful 18 karat yellow gold strands clasp together with a decorative carnelian centered plaque ornamented with delicate granulation work in this exquisite and exotic nineteenth century bracelet. The bracelet bears a French import mark (an owl) and most likely originates from Italy. Fun, fest...(more)
This colorful, unique and exotic late-nineteenth century, or very early twentieth century bracelet is elegantly crafted in 18 karat yellow gold and is comprised of scalloped plaques inlaid with bright turquoise enamel overlaid with a fanciful design of garnets and tiny silver-set rose-cut diamonds, ...(more)
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.
From The Roaring Thirties comes this fabulous, fun and flapper-esque Art Deco jewel sparkling with over 9.00 carats of bright-white European-cut, marquise and baguette diamonds. The focal point of the centerpiece is a .35 carat marquise diamond flanked left and right by a pair of shimmering straight...(more)
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)
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)