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Art Deco Cartier bracelet


Once in a while, a piece of jewellery comes past that just has to be admired and appreciated from every angle and respect, and this Art Deco era natural pearl bracelet set with a platinum diamond and onyx slide is simply spectacular.

Cartier are still known worldwide as being masters of some of the finest jewellers around, and this was certainly no exception during the height of the Art Deco period of the 1920's when this Cartier bracelet was made.

The pearls in the bracelet are just as amazing as the diamonds and onyx, as all the pearls are natural and have not been cultured.

It is estimated that 1 in 10,000 oysters produce a natural pearl, and each and every pearl in this bracelet is natural as opposed to cultured making this factor alone truly amazing.

The slide bar is made in platinum and signed "Cartier" "Paris" and "New York" and is set with 41 rose cut diamonds that total 0.20 carats and surrounded by 24 pieces of facetted onyx with a further 6 set into the "clasp" and all designed in a delightful buckle.

From end to end the bracelet measures 16.8cm in length by 1.7cm wide, and the platinum "buckle" measures 1.7cm in length by 2.2cm wide.

Cartier has always been famous the world over for the exquisite jewellery that has been produced in the Cartier workshops especially over the Art Deco period of the 1920's, and to have a Cartier bracelet such as this is a magnificent treasure indeed.


Stock# C2139

Maker: Cartier

Circa: 1920



Art Deco Cartier bracelet

Art Deco Cartier bracelet set with natural pearls and diamonds. This Cartier diamond and pearl bracelet was made in the 1920's and is set with natural pearls. It is estimated that 1 in 10,000 oysters produce a natural pearl, making this bracelet even more rare and special.

Where is the best place to buy antique jewellery in Australia?

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When was the Art Deco era?

Broadly speaking the Art Deco era was from 1920 until 1940. There will be some people and publications that may state that it started after World War I in 1918, and lasted until 1950, but as there was no reigning monarch to dictate an actual start-finish time such as the Victorian era, the general concusses is from the 1920's through to the 1940's.

Where can I buy an antique engagement ring in Australia?

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