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Sapphire and Diamond Link Bracelet

$45,000

This link bracelet from the 1930s has been re-imagined as a bold anchor chain of diamonds and calibré-cut sapphires, the mount so delicately millegrained that the platinum edges seem to melt away into the wrist. The ever-popular chain motif, in a crisp palette of blue and white, the bracelet makes an elegant statement on its own, or becomes part of a stack for a boldly glamorous effect.

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Country: France
Circa: 1930s
Size: 7 length, 0.5” width
Materials: 25 French-cut sapphires (approximate total weight 6.25 carats); 64 Old European-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 9.60 carats); 32 Single-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 0.64 carat); Platinum
Signed: With maker’s mark “MR" and French control marks 

During this era, jewelers began to pare down their work to fundamental forms, responding to the streamlined designs seen in avant-garde architecture and industry. A product of great French craftsmanship, the mount is finely pared to create maximum “a-jouring," or refining away and opening up the back of the mounted gems to the light.
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