Wide Diamond Plaque Strap Bracelet
Dating from the 1930s, this striking and finely-articulated French Art Deco bracelet features approximately twenty-eight carats of diamonds set in platinum. Composed of three openwork plaques alternating with groups of open rectangular links joined by bars, the bracelet is pavé and channel-set throughout with old European- and baguette-cut diamonds, and beautifully enhanced by millegrain accents. Wear this stunning diamond bracelet with a stack of period bracelets, or on its own as a stunning strap of radiant white light and geometry for the wrist.
- Product Details
- Curator's Notes
Size: 7” length, 1.25” width (at widest)
Materials: 3 Old European-cut diamonds (weighing approximately 0.95 carat, 0.85 carat, and 0.80 carat); 411 Old European-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 12.50 carats); 24 Baguette-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 2.00 carats); Platinum
Literature: Similar bracelets pictured in Art Deco Jewelry, by Sylvie Raulet, Rizzoli, 1984, pp. 84 and 154