An exquisite Diamond Art Deco "Plaque" Bracelet set in Platinum, Circa 1930.
An exquisite example of a Diamond Art Deco "Plaque" Bracelet set in Platinum (tested). This beautiful Bracelet has been finely crafted and is principally comprised of four arched elongated rectangular "Plaque" designs of which, each carry a crossover interwoven ribbon design, this in turn supports a central terminal. Each Plaque is connected by an articulated smaller oblong open strap work Plaque. The Bracelet is set throughout with 296 Diamonds of varying cuts: Transition, Baguette and Single Cut and these Diamonds have been independently estimated as weighing 10.00 Carats (total), F - G Colour and VS1 - SI1 Clarity. The Bracelet closes via a sprung tongue fastener and also has a safety chain for added security.
The Bracelet is accompanied by an Independent Laboratory Report confirming the above Diamond specification.
This is a an exquisite example of "Art Deco" jewellery craftsmanship at its best and with a superb Diamond content/specification (exceptional of the period). As the Platinum mount is unmarked (which is usual for English Platinum Jewellery predating 1972), also as the manufacturing technique is so fine leads us to believe that this beautiful Bracelet is plausibly English.
18 cm. approximately when fastened, 1.5 cm. wide approximately.
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