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Diamond & sapphire bracelet by Shreve Crump & Low

Here is a diamond & sapphire bracelet by Shreve Crump & Low made in platinum of unparalleled beauty.
Made in the 1920's the design is so elegant and refined and has so much elegance to it so typical of the era.

Measuring 18cm in length, the bracelet is set with 159 diamonds that totals an impressive 6.12 carats making this piece sparkle wonderfully. No matter if this bracelet is worn day or night, there is no doubt that it will always get the attention that it rightly deserves and will be admired by all who see it.

Highlighting the piece are the 3 sets of 4 rectangle sapphires that match so well against the platinum and diamonds.

Made by Shreve, Crimp and Low which is the oldest jewellery firm in America this Edwardian era bracelet is simply magnificent.

From the design to the amount of diamonds, this is one of the most fabulous Art Deco sapphire and diamond bracelets around and one that will always be admired, appreciated and loved.

Stock# ES2538

Maker: Shreve, Crump & Low.

Circa: 1920

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Brief history of Crump, Shreve and Low.

Crump, Shreve and Low is America's oldest jeweller that was formed in 1796 when John McFarlane who was a watchmaker and silversmith opened a workshop across the street from Paul Revere at Downtown Crossing. Throughout the 1800's the company grew in its prestige until a consolidation of firms created the name Shreve, Crump & Low in 1869 which is still carries today.

 

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