A stunning, fine and impressive antique 8.08 carat diamond and platinum bracelet; part of our diverse diamond jewellery and estate jewelry collections
This stunning, fine and impressive antique bracelet has been crafted in platinum.
The articulated bracelet is composed of twenty-three pierced decorated rectangular diamond set links, each set with a stunning pair of transitional modern brilliant round cut diamonds individually claw set in relief to the centre.
Each link is further ornamented with four pavé set eight-cut diamonds, flanking the feature stones.
The anterior portion of the antique diamond bracelet has a pierced decorated, tapering twist design, conjoined with a ribbon style scroll.
Each twist is embellished with seven stunning transitional modern brilliant round cut diamonds paralleling the terminal to form a curvilinear and continuous design from the centre of each aforementioned link array.
This anterior face is overlaid with a pierced decorated scroll design accented with a further eleven individually claw set transitional modern brilliant round cut diamonds graduating in size dependent on position, accented with a border incorporating twenty supporting eight-cut diamonds.
The bracelet secures with an integrated push fit clasp to the reverse, and benefits from the additional security of two hinged safety clips.
This antique diamond bracelet has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as platinum.
This impressive antique bracelet is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.
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Colour (average grades) F/G/H
Clarity (average grades) VS1/SI2/P1
Cut Transitional Modern Brilliant Round/Eight
Content 8.08 carats
Length of bracelet 17.02cm/6.7″
Width of bracelet 7.82mm/0.31″
Length of setting 3.5cm/1.38″
Width of setting 10.1cm/3.98″
Height of setting 6.34mm/0.25″
Date: Circa 1935