The colour of the rose gold in this bracelet has such a warm tone to it that looks even more beautiful when it is against the skin, and this is thanks to the unique 15 carat gold that is was made from.
Dating from the Art Deco period of the 1920’s, the elegant design will not only surprise so many when they discover that it is over 100 years old, but will so easily allow it to be worn with other antique jewellery or modern and fit right in. With such a beautiful feel when it is against the skin, this is the perfect bracelet to put on and wear all the time.
Measuring 20cm in length and designed with a clasp that slides into itself and fitted with a safety chain for added security, the links measure 1.7cm wide and is so comfortable to wear.
This is a wonderful example of an antique bracelet that will never go out of fashion or style.
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Art Deco gate bracelet made in 15 carat rose gold
What is rose gold?
Gold is alloyed with other metals to both harden and sometimes alter the colour of the gold. Whereas pure gold is very bright yellow in colour, it is also quite soft and malleable. This makes it unsuitable for jewellery as it will often break or split. Other metals are added such as copper and silver to make it harder. not only will this make the gold jewellery more durable, it will also alter the colour. The yellow colour may "soften" in its tone, or adding copper can make it more of a warm rose colour.
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