A fabulous Edwardian era diamond bracelet, circa 1910.
This rare item is in perfect condition and is set with fifteen vintage cut diamonds, the old brilliant cut stones estimated to total approximately 2.00 carats.
Each diamond is individually set in a finely made box setting, topped with beaded platinum and with richly engraved yellow gold sides. These are all indivually articulated to give a luxurious flexibiilty, the item feeling like a cross between a bangle and a bracelet. The not diamond set part of the bracelet is composed of expandable inks that will stretch to fit most wrist sizes. Stamped 18ct, the construction is platinum topped 18ct yellow gold. Security is provided by a figure-8 catch and safety chain. A lovely wearable item of high quality vintage jewellery.
18ct Yellow Gold
Period / Age
Victorian - Edwardian
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