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Boucheron Paris Sapphire and Diamond Gold Link Bracelet


Dating from the 1930s, this gold, sapphire, and diamond bracelet is by Boucheron Paris, a leading jewelry house exploring the newly rounded forms and sweeping lines of Art Moderne. Composed of four hemi-spherical, arched motifs outlined in circular-cut blue sapphires and old European-cut diamonds, the bracelet is completed by finely-articulated, alternating lines of oval and rectangular links. Beautifully flexible and graphic, with intriguing reflections and negative spaces, this stylish bracelet makes an artistic statement of 1930s glamour.

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Item #: BA-15838
Artist: Boucheron Paris
Country: France
Circa: 1930s
Size: 6.625” length, 1.0625” width
Materials: 72 Cabochon blue sapphires (approximate total weight 2.20 carats); 96 Old European-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 1.80 carats); 18K Gold; Platinum
Signed: "Boucheron-Paris, 213, 2.88," with French control marks

During the 1930s, leading Parisian jewelers began to experiment with the special characteristics and possibilities gold and curvaceous lines, diversifying their body of design after a long-lasting exploration of geometry and platinum.