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Diamond Bypass Bangle Bracelet


Dating from the late 19th century, this sparkling bypass bangle bracelet is set with nearly sixty old mine-cut diamonds weighing, in total, close to six carats. Designed as a platinum-topped gold bypass form, with the top section bead-set throughout with old mine-cut stones, the hinged bangle bracelet centers a diamond floret, with a center diamond that is almost one carat in weight, and each terminal features a trio of diamonds. Its elegant minimalism and all-white palette, combined with flashing antique-cut diamonds, makes this bangle appear as a double band of light and sparkle for the wrist.

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Item #: BA-19996 
Circa: 1880s-1900s 
Size: 6.75” internal circumference 
Materials: 58 Old mine-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 5.75 carats); Platinum-topped 18K gold

A popular and versatile jewelry form of the late 19th century, hinged bangle bracelets were composed of bright gems set in minimal metal so as to be light and wearable alone or in stacks. As now, they were prized both for their versatility as well as for the bursts of light and vivid colors that result when the wearer moves or gestures.