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Diamond Navette Link Bracelet


Dating from the early 1920s, this platinum bracelet is set with over nine carats of old European-cut diamonds. Joined by arched bars, the navette form links are designed half as flexible bezel-set diamonds and half as pierced pave-set fields, all with highlighted by millegrain accents and incised edges. A graceful jewel of late Edwardian/early Art Deco era, this brilliant and sparkling diamond bracelet creates an airy and elegant band of light around the wrist.

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Item #: BA-13112
Circa: 1920s
Size: 7.00’’ length, 0.5625’’ width
Materials: 156 Old European-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 9.35 carats); Platinum

Toward the end of the Edwardian era, the lightness and refinement of Edwardian design was in the midst of giving way to the bold geometry of the Art Deco, creating intriguing transitional jewels that merged both design aesthetics.