Three links of diamond-centered carved quartz and glass - sometimes referred to as camphor glass - alternate with delicate filigree links to create a precious depression-era bracelet, circa 1930s. Crafted in bright 14 karat white gold, it measures 7 3/4 inches long. A lovely match with more)
An unequivocally delightful bracelet from the early Art Deco era - circa 1920's, hand fabricated in platinum and featuring six scissor-cut, light blue Aquamarines set in delicately milgrained bezel settings alternating with lacy, pierced platinum plaques dotted with glittering single-cut diamonds. T...(more)
Style and quality-wise we assumed that this ultra-stunning, high-Art Deco platinum and diamond bracelet is of French origin, when in fact it is à la Manière Française. This sweet Viennese confection is composed of five repeating lozenge-shape sections, each crowned with a high-color and cl...(more)
Unmistakable early-twentieth century Tiffany & Co. quality and refinement distinguishes this sublime Edwardian/early-Art Deco bracelet from its counterparts. A gently graduated row of high color and clarity European-cut diamonds culminate in a 1.25 carats center stone of the same superior quality. T...(more)
A classic Art Deco platinum and diamond line bracelet sparkling all around with 39 bright-white, high-quality European-cut diamonds, totaling 4 carats, set in individual square box links. Each section is finely milgrained with decorative open scroll sides. Circa 1920s-30s, this timeless Jazz Age ado...(more)
Although dating from the 1930s-40s, this distinctively designed bracelet presages the space-age modern designs of the late 1950s-60s. This cool jewel gleams with three round faceted brilliant turquoise-blue zircons orbited by rings of white gold. 5/8 inch wide by 6 1/2 inches in length.
Follow the black onyx line as it weaves an angled path through a straight line of bright white, sparkling European-cut diamonds. A classic Art Deco bracelet beautifully executed with fine scroll motif engraving on the sides executed in the expert style of craftsmanship one would expect from the peri...(more)
A classic, original Art Deco bracelet, circa 1930, fashioned in 18 karat white gold centers on three sparkling round diamonds in a marquise shape outlined with bright emerald green glass and surrounded by a glittering array of round diamonds studded throughout a delicately pierced frame tapering to ...(more)
Sleek and sophisticated, twenty-three bright-white diamonds, totaling 2.25 carats, sparkle all around from within finely filigreed links in this classic Art Deco line bracelet, dating from the 1930s. Die-struck and hand-finished in 14 karat white gold, this bracelet is lovely when worn by itself or ...(more)
Slender ribbons of royal blue (synthetic) sapphires accent over 6 carats of sparkling white European-cut diamonds in this superbly hand crafted and impressive Jazz Age jewel. The stunning design, expertly rendered in platinum, features a central European-cut diamond, weighing .40 carat and is furthe...(more)
Not the same ol' straight-row bracelet. Crafted in gleaming platinum with 8.00 carats of sparkling white, bezel-set European-cut diamonds, alternating in singles and pairs. An effective and effervescent variation on a timeless classic. 7 inches long.
Simply stated, the most stunning and singularly sensational, Art Deco straight line diamond bracelet we've ever seen. 23 (at least) carats of bright-white, ultra-sparkling rectangular and square-cut diamonds with rare, highly-distinctive and hard to describe faceting arrangements - something between...(more)