Antique bracelets always have such a charm and style about them and it is the fine intricate detail that sets them apart from so many modern bracelets that are found today, and it is certainly no exception with with stunning early 20th Century diamond bracelet.
Made in France around 1910, the bracelet is made in 18ct gold and made up of 9 elongated links each with the most wonderful gold twist work.
The attention to detail in this bracelet is so typical and wonderful of what so many of the French jewellers of this period could make and the bracelet sits so well on the wrist.
Set into each link are 3 rose cut diamonds that add just the right amount of sparkle to this bracelet but not so much that it can’t be worn during the day making this a very versatile example of a diamond set bracelet that is so easy to put on and wear day or night and easily be able to be worn to both formal and informal occasions.
Measuring 20cm in length (plus the clasp) by 4mm wide the bracelet is also set with a safety clasp for extra piece of mind.
Antique diamond bracelets such as this just shows how much the jewellers of this era appreciated fine quality work just as much as diamonds and in this bracelet the two combine perfectly in such an elegant way that is so easy to wear and not ostentatious at all and if you love antique bracelets, French jewellery or both, then you will easily fall in love with this one.