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This bracelet will capture the eye of people from across the room, and the closer you get to it to admire the incredible detail and beauty it will capture the hearts of all who see it thanks not just because of the sapphires and diamonds, but also the fine attention to detail in every single panel. Exquisitely made during the Art Deco period of the 1930's, this piece exemplifies the beauty of platinum by not only being pure white in colour, but being able to have such fine pierce work detail throughout that only platinum can achieve. While white gold is wonderful, gold simply can not be drawn into such a fine wire and still have the strength needed to hold it all together. Regardless of the sapphires and diamonds, the design is breathtaking and is the epitome of Art Deco jewellery. Measuring 18.8cm in length, the panels allow it to wrap so beautifully around the wrist and in total the diamonds come together to total 4.55 carats and the sapphires 7.20 carats. Each panel measures 8.2mm wide, and even the side of the bracelet has been beautifully hand engraved highlighting just how much thought and attention went into hand making this bracelet all those years ago. From near or far this bracelet is truly magnificent and a real testament to the quality produced duringÂ the wonderful Art Deco era. Stock# ES9358 Circa: 1930 $Sold
Jewellery of the Art Deco period of the 1920's to the 1940's has remained so popular over the years, thanks in part to the incredible designs as well as the high quality of hand making that went into each piece, both of which can be seen here in this amazing sapphire and diamond bracelet from the Art Deco period. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum, in the centre is a lovely oval cabochon cut sapphire that measures 0.90 carats and reflects the most beautiful blue colour, which is then highlighted on each side by two fancy square cut sapphires and an amazing half moon shaped cut sapphire. The precision in the cutting of these stones as well as the setting, is a testament to the quality of Art Deco jewellery and why it has survived so well after all these years. These additional sapphires come together to total 1.02 carats, all of which is then highlighted further by the four single cut diamonds on each side. Adding an elegant sparkle to the bracelet, these diamonds total 0.22 carats and from end to end the bracelet measures 17.5cm in length and is fitted with a safety clasp for added security. And finally the jewellery who created this magnificent piece, went one step further by hand engraving the most beautiful design on the sides which shows how much thought and care went into making this wonderful bracelet. No matter the occasion or the time of day, these is no doubt that this bracelet will always be loved and admired for its beauty and elegance. Stock# ES9117 Circa: 1920 $6,250
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The discovery of King Tutankhamen's tomb by Howard Carter in Egypt in 1922 came at a perfect time as the "new" Art Deco period was blossoming, and the discoveries made in Egypt influenced the styles and designs of the time, resulting in what is referred to as "Egyptian revival jewellery". And this styling can be seen here in this very elegant Art Deco sapphire and diamond bracelet made in the 1930's. Entirely made in platinum, the advantage of platinum over white gold is that as it is the purest of all the metals used in jewellery, it remains a pure white colour as well as having the other distinct advantage of being able to drawn into a fine wire all the while retaining its strength. In the centre is a 0.40 carat European cut diamond and then surrounding this diamond as well as continuing down the band, there are forty six single cut diamonds that total 0.82 carats as well as twenty eight more European cut diamonds that total 2.24 carats. All of these diamonds come together total a dazzling 3.46 carats which certainly captures the light and the eyes. And then there is the very clever use of the sapphires that highlight the design so much more and truly elevates it to another level. In total there are twenty two sapphires that total 0.68 carats. These sapphires add the perfect colour to the pure white of the platinum as well as the sparkle from the diamonds, and the amount of time and care that would have gone into making this all those years ago would have been immense. Measuring 18.7cm in length at the centre it measures 8.7mm wide and tapers down to 3.7mm at the end where there is a very ingenious and secure catch. This bracelet is absolutely stunning and the epitome of fine quality Art Deco jewellery. Stock# ES8831 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Here is a truly magnificent Art Deco cabochon sapphire and diamond bracelet that dates from the 1920's and looks absolutely stunning on the wrist. Exquisitely hand made in platinum and 18ct white gold in France, this bracelet exemplifies the quality, craftsmanship and design of the hedonistic Art Deco period of the 1920's to the 1940's. The detail and quality in this piece is just incredible and no matter where or when this is worn, there is little doubt that it will always be loved and admired. Set with eleven cabochon cut sapphires that have an impressive total weight of 15.40 carats, the cabochon cut is where there are no facets or cuts on the gemstone, and the top is rounded. This gives this bracelet such a distinct and unique appeal to it making it such a wonderful talking point that is also so tactile to feel. With each section set with eight single cut diamonds and the connecting section set with three rose cut diamonds as well as one additional one on the clasp, the total diamond weight in this bracelet is 1.43carats. The open work design of this bracelet really accentuates the sapphires and with the sparkle coming from the diamonds, showcases not only the sapphires and diamonds, but also the fabulous design of the Art Deco period. Measuring 1cm wide by 17cm in length, this is such a magnificent example of Art Deco jewellery at its finest. Stock# ES7334 Circa: 1920 $15,200
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Here is a truly spectacular Art Deco sapphire and diamond bracelet dating from the 1920's that was not only so exquisitely hand made in 18ct white gold and platinum, but also set with the most beautiful natural sapphires and highlighted with diamonds. So many pieces of jewellery from Art Deco era of the 1920's to the 1940's show the quality of craftsmanship and this bracelet is certainly no exception. Set with nine oval facetted Ceylonese sapphires, the colour from these sapphires is just magnificent and all show the most perfect blue colour combined with fantastic transparency and really stand out against the pure white of the platinum. The sapphires total 6.68 carats and in each section there are six rose cut diamonds to highlight each sapphire. These diamonds total 1.08 carats, and both the sapphires and diamonds have the most beautiful millgrain finish which was typical of jewellery of the Art Deco era. This can be seen as the fine crimping along the edge of the setting which adds so much more character and shows the attention to detail that went into hand making this divine bracelet all those years ago. And then there is the elegant hand engraving of the scroll work on the sides to add to the charm and character of this bracelet. This sapphire and diamond section measures 8.6mm wide and will always be admired every time that it is worn. Then the rest of the bracelet is made up of the most tactile mesh link in 18ct gold that feels so sleek around the wrist and measures 18cm in length with even the clasp being beautifully made. From end to end there is no doubt that this is one of the finest and most elegant examples of Art Deco jewellery around and one that will always be admired and loved. Stock# ES7020 Circa: 1920 $Sold