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Tiffany & Co. Burmese Ruby and Diamond Leaf Bracelet

$75,000

Composed of over eight carats of rubies and nearly thirteen carats of diamonds mounted in platinum and gold, this Tiffany & Co. bracelet is a mid-century jewel dating from the 1950s. The flexible form is designed as a line of oval- and circular-cut rubies, thought to be of Burma origin with no heat treatment, flanked by a continuous high relief garland of articulated platinum and diamond fronds interspersed with gold leaves.

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Artist: Tiffany & Co.
Circa: 1950s
Size: 7’' length, 1.125’’ width
Materials: 32 Oval- and circular-cut rubies, thought to be of Burma origin with no heat treatment (approximate total weight 8.30 carats); 286 Round brilliant-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 12.70 carats); 18K Gold; Platinum
Signed: "Tiffany & Co. 750 OR"

The bracelet would have been produced by the jewelry design team working under the leadership of Van Day Truex and Jean Schlumberger—inspired by nature and the power of the imagination, combined with beautiful materials and refined workmanship.
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