A very fine Art Deco Emerald & Diamond Bracelet set in Platinum & 9ct White Gold, English, Circa 1930
One very fine Platinum (marked) & 9ct White Gold (tested) Art Deco Emerald and Diamond expandable Bracelet, with an open ended lozenge shaped design in the centre of the bracelet, which is centrally rub-over set with an emerald-cut Emerald, surrounded by 20 pave-set single-cut Diamonds in a geometric shape (10 on each side of the Emerald) with a further 6 french-cut rub-over set Emeralds, set in a graduating T shape formation extending towards the start of the bracelet (three Emeralds on each side), surrounded by two slight arches, pave-set with 13 single-cut Diamonds (26 in total) to form the open ended lozenge shape. Each arch is engraved with a scrolling foliate design on the sides. The expandable bracelet is sprung with 9 ct White Gold springs (tested) and is set with a mixture of Diamond, Emerald and Platinum links. There are five Emerald links, each channel-set with 7 calibre-cut Emeralds (35 in total), and there are six Diamond links, all with single-cut pave-set Diamonds (4 set with 8 diamonds, 2 set with 4 diamonds = 40 in total). The gem set links have the plain Platinum links set either side which then extend when the bracelet is stretched.