Art Deco Rosette & Sash Diamond Bracelet
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A beautiful, Art Deco era bracelet, modeled in platinum, whose three diamond-set rosettes are joined by the long, tapering, diamond-set bands that stretch between them. These jointed, sash-like bands each feature five, emerald cut diamonds, that graduate in size. Round and marquise shaped seats create the impression of diamond leaves and berries, flanking these step cuts, and the slender, strap-like borders of the "sash" sections are also set with diamonds. This bracelet's three "rosettes" center on paired, old-cut, triangular diamonds— these pairs of triangles sit inside an open circle, bordered by graduating round diamonds. This bracelet's unique form reminds us of the iconic flapper headbands, so often associated with this period, or of a lady's garter. This is an unusual and especially graceful bracelet— it is icy and it sparkles like mad! Closure is a fold-over clasp with an additional, (internal) safety clasp. This bracelet is also fitted with a safety chain.
Diamond CTW is approx 5.07 carats. Diamond Color/Clarity is G-H-I, VS 1-2 (diamonds are white and lively). This bracelet ships with an independent GIA graduate gemologist appraisal. Appraisal value is $19,400— this value is based on current retail market values for comparable antique bracelets.
Bracelet length measures approx 7"; width is approx 14.8 mm, at the widest point; diamond CTW is approx 5.07 carats; the largest emerald-shaped step cut diamonds (3) are approx 1/3-1/4 carat; triangle diamonds (6) are approx .10-.12 carats, each; bracelet weight is approx 29.48 grams. Full appraisal included.