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Lot 54 (Jewellery Online, starts 24th September 2019 15:30, ending 10th October 2019 20:00)

AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND BRACELET

Sold for £600


Condition report
In worn condition. 
Scratched all over. 
Some links bashed.
Safety chain broken. 
16cm long when unstretched. 
4mm wide at the widest point. 
Stones quite cloudy.
Large black inclusions visible in some stones to the naked eye.
Clasp stiff.

 

EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY DIAMOND BRACELET,
with old cut diamonds to square settings, the diamonds totalling approximately 1.00 carat, to an expanding bracelet, unmarked, 10.5g

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