Elegant, divine and sophisticated are all words that can easily be used to describe this gorgeous Art Deco emerald and diamond bracelet.
Dating from the 1930’s, this Art Deco bracelet was beautifully hand made in platinum which is the purest of all the metals used in jewellery and alloys for the jewellery to be made so fine and highly detailed, all the while retaining the strength needed to hold the emeralds and diamonds that are set into this bracelet.
Made with such exquisite detail and style so typical of the Art Deco period, in the centre is a marquise cut diamond that measures 0.40 carats which is highlighted by ten natural emeralds that really stand out so well set among the diamonds and platinum.
There are three more emeralds set further down each side with the emeralds having a total weight of 0.16 carats and an additional seventy nine more diamonds with a total weight of 3.92 carats which makes this bracelet certainly sparkle day or night.
Yet it is not just this incredible amount of diamonds that makes this bracelet so special, it is the craftsmanship and quality of hand making this bracelet all those years ago in such a beautiful design. Combined with the fact that it was hand made compared to so much jewellery being mass produced and cast made which is no where near as strong as hand making, and you have such a stunning bracelet typical of the Art Deco period which has always remained so popular.
Measuring 17cm in length, it is fitted with a secure locking clasp and safety chain and no matter where or when this bracelet is worn, it is sure to always be admired.