Sold for £5,000
Totalling very approximately 13 carats overall.
Some scrapes to the bezel settings.
Diamonds to the naked eye:
Very bright and lively.
Diamonds are of a good white colour.
One black inclusion visible to the naked eye.
Diamonds under magnification:
Slight pinpoint inclusions visible throughout the stones.
Some small diamonds have both black and white slight inclusions within them.
All stones intact.
Clasp in good working order.
At the widest point this is 20.6mm and at the smallest point it is 12.3mm.
IMPRESSIVE ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET formed by three pierced plaque sections, each with a central principal collet set round brilliant cut diamond of approximately 0.70 carats and with grain set old round brilliant cut diamonds and channel set baguette cut diamonds to the edge, these plaques interspaced by smaller bow motif sections, each with a central baguette and old round brilliant cut diamond set section flanked by two D shaped panels set with old round brilliant cut diamonds, box style clasp with safety chain, unmarked, approximately 17-18cm long, 52.5g
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