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David Webb White Enamel Flexible Tiger Bracelet


First created in this color scheme in 1967, this early David Webb enamel flexible tiger bangle bracelet is set with emeralds and over 5 carats of diamonds. A tiger with diamond blaze and collar, white champlevé enamel stripes and and cabochon emerald eyes clutching its curling diamond tail, this circular bangle is composed of smoothly articulated links. One of Webb’s only gem-set and enameled animal bangle bracelets to be flexible in form, this glamorous jewel conveys the supple form and energy of these rare and wonderful big cats.


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Item #: BA-20592
Artist: David Webb, New York
Country: United States
Circa: 1967
Size:  6.00”  interior circumference x 0.75” width
Materials: 109 round brilliant-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 5.05 carats);  2 round cabochon emeralds (approximate total weight 0.15 carat); 18K Gold; Platinum
Signed: Webb 18k Plat
Literature: An early bracelet of this particular design appears in David Webb: The Quintessential American Jeweler,  p. 151.

David Webb designed the first version of this rare flexible tiger bangle bracelet in 1963, in black and white enamel, one of the first and most sought after creatures of the Webb Ark series. With its considerable number of beautifully articulated moving parts and refined enameling, this big cat remains a feat of expert complex construction among Webb’s beloved creature jewels. The all white version of the bracelet was first made in 1967.