Art Deco Era Old European Cut Flexible Diamond Link Bracelet in Platinum
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An exceptional Art Deco era bracelet, composed of thirty-six, flexible, diamond-set links. These beautifully-constructed links move very smoothly, in a sinuous manner that plays up the intensity of the bracelet's already intense sparkle. The bracelet's many, chunky, old European cut diamonds face up very white in their platinum mounts; they have the small high tables and open culets that make this cut so beloved. Old cut diamonds have a heartbreaking flash and individual character, because they were cut by human hands, rather than machines. This bracelet closes with a hidden, box-style clasp, and it is complete with its original safety chain. The backside of the clasp is beautifully engraved— a small secret for the wearer and a testament to the quality of manufacture.
Bracelet face measures approx 10 mm; diamond CTW is approx 8.75; larger diamonds (36) measure approx 3 mm; smaller diamonds (144) measure approx 2 mm. Bracelet length is fairly universal (for women) at 7". Diamonds average VS2-SI1 clarity and are G/H in color.
This bracelet ships with a complimentary appraisal (for insurance purposes), prepared by a GIA graduate gemologist.