Antique bracelets from the Georgian era right through the Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco eras are some of the most beautiful pieces of jewellery that can be found.
An antique bracelet often has a beautiful design making it completely unique and special, and even though many that we have may be over 100 years old, they can still be worn on a daily basis and loved and admired.
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Hand made in 15ct rose gold, this antique bracelet takes the form of a gate link bracelet with the beautiful scroll design with each section set with a diamond.
The section in the middle shows influences of the late Victorian to early Edwardian era of the late 1800's to early 1900's, while the two side sections each shows another influence of the up and coming Art Deco era that was soon to dominate jewellery style and fashion.
The centre diamond is a charming European cut diamond that measures 0.24 carats and each of the side diamonds are a semi-modern cut diamond that combined totals 0.26 carats.
Set into the rose gold with such charming open work, these diamonds sparkle so elegantly making this a very easy and comfortable bracelet to wear day or night time and always look great.
From end to end the bracelet measures 18.3cm in length and is fitted with a figure 8 safety catch for added security.
At the centre the bracelet measures 9.6mm wide and from the end of one fancy section set with a diamond across to the end of the other side, this distance measures 6cm in length.
From all aspects this is such a charming antique diamond bracelet that is so full of charm and character all the while not being ostentatious.
This was a wonderful era post Victorian and coming into the Art Deco period and is characterised by feminine flowing lines with the use of platinum and gold and diamonds as well as other precious gemstones.
Made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, the bracelet is designed in such an elegant flowing design set with diamonds and pearls as well as clusters of diamonds.
In total there are 95 rose cut diamonds and 5 pearls, with the diamonds totalling 0.86 carats.
From end to end the bracelet measures 18.5cm in length and is fitted with a tongue clasp with a safety chain for added security.
At the widest parts on the bracelet, this distance measures 9.6mm wide and sits so well on the wrist.
This is one of the most elegant and divine antique diamond and pearl bracelets made even more charming and wonderful by the use of gold and platinum with the sparkle of diamonds and the addition of lovely white pearls.
Made in 9ct gold, the bracelet is made up of a mesh design that measures 11.5mm wide and from end to end measures 17.5cm in length.
The bracelet is set with a buckle design which was popular from the Victorian through to the Edwardian period and is set with 11 pieces of turquoise and 10 natural seed pearls.
This buckle section measures 20mm wide and really adds that something special to the bracelet.
Further along there is another section set with 3 more pearls and 3 pieces of turquoise.
The condition of the bracelet is really superb with no damage to it and it feels like velvet on the wrist.
Set with a safety chain for added security, this is a very fine example of an antique bracelet that can so easily be worn every day and always be loved and cherished.
Circa: 1905 (Edwardian)
Made in the early 1900's the bracelet design itself is so attractive with the wonderful curb links that feel so smooth on the wrist.
These curb links each measure 7.2mm wide and then along the bracelet is of course the wonderful turquoise and pearls.
In total there are 4 sections each set with turquoise and 3 sections each set with pearls and these sections where either the pearls or turquoise is set measure 7.2mm wide.
From end to end the bracelet measures 20cm in length and is also fitted with a safety chain for added security.
Making this antique bracelet sit even more elegantly on the wrist is the clasp sliding into the bracelet itself so as to be hidden when it is on the wrist allowing the bracelet to roll more freely over the wrist when it is worn.
An antique bracelet such as this one here is capable of easily being worn day or night
as it feels so smooth on the wrist and looks divine with the rose gold and turquoise and pearl combination and is a wonderful example of an antique bracelet that is over 100 years old yet still in superb condition and one that will constantly be admired.
Here is a very elegant and charming antique gate bracelet from the Edwardian era of the the early 1900's that was made in 9ct rose gold.
Rose gold has such an enchanting colour about it that has such a warm rose colour to it that looks so good on the wrist.
Gate link bracelets were a popular style that really took off during he late Victorian and early Edwardian periods and still manage to have a contemporary look and feel to them and is a great reason why antique jewellery has remained so popular all these years.
Not only is this antique gate link bracelet made in the traditional style of alternating sections of bar style links, but on the middle row of each long bar is a truly delightful knot design that is so typical of the Edwardian era jewellery.
This gate bracelet is fitted with a lovely heart shaped padlock that is also fitted with a safety chain for added security.
Measuring 1.3cm wide this antique bracelet is still in superb condition even well after 100 years and with the charm of rose gold and the added character of the very sweet knot design all goes to make this a wonderful example of an antique gate bracelet that is so easy to wear all the time and one that will suit to wear with other antique rose gold jewellery and blend right in.