The design of gate bracelets have that quintessential timeless design that will so easily allow them to be worn with both modern or antique jewellery, formal and informal and always be the perfect piece of jewellery to wear.
This particular gate bracelet was made in the Art Deco period of the 1920's in 15 carat gold, which is no longer used today, and the colour of the bracelet has such a wonderful warm tone to it that will not only look perfect on the skin, but match so well with other jewellery.
Measuring 18cm from end to end by 1.8cm wide and fitted with an elegant heart shaped padlock with a safety chain, this bracelet is also still in wonderful condition even after 100 years have passed since it was made.
Art Deco gate bracelet made in 15 carat gold
Antique Art Deco gate bracelet made in the 1920's.
What is 15 carat gold?
15 carat gold was used in England between 1854 until 1932 and is also seen in Australian jewellery of the same period. 9 carat gold is 37.5% gold (often stamped .375 denoting the percentage), 18 carat is 75% gold (again often stamped .750) and 15 carat gold is 62.5% gold (stamped .625) and often has a very lovely warm rose colour of gold to it.
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