Art Deco Era Diamond & Sapphire Panel Bracelet in 18k Gold
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A supremely elegant, flexible, Art Deco era bracelet, modeled in 18k white gold and set with approx 3.7 carats of early modern brilliant cut diamonds. This bracelet is comprised of large, panel-shaped links. The link designs alternate— each diamond station features a stone set in a hex-shaped seat. A single, natural, French cut blue sapphire is central to each alternate station, interjecting dashes of color (sapphires total approx 2.60 carats). Accent diamonds, and milgrain details abound! Closure is a box clasp with two safety catches. This is bracelet is statement worn on its own, but works equally well stacked with opulent friends.
Bracelet face measures approx 10.7 mm, or just under 1/2"; bracelet length is approx 7". This fits an average woman's wrist with plenty of flattering play. Primary diamonds are F/G color; accent diamonds are G/H color; diamond clarity is SI-I. There are, in total, 14 primary diamonds, 82 accents diamonds, and 13 sapphires.
This bracelet ships with a complimentary appraisal, prepared by a GIA graduate gemologist (appraisal value is $14,870). The clasp is 14k and is probably a replacement. It is well matched to the bracelet, and very secure.