An Art Deco diamond bracelet comprised of panel links which encompass old European cut, single cut, old Swiss Cut and trap cut diamonds. The central panel tapering down to a single line of old round brilliant cut diamonds, grain set within square settings fitted to a concealed box style clasp with two figure-8 safety catches. The bracelet is approx. 170cm long with a maximum width of 19.00mm tapering down to 3.5mm. The bracelet is handmade and although unmarked tests as 18ct white gold. Circa 1930. Gross item weight 22.15gms.
Details of the diamonds:
One old European cut diamond: measuring approx 5.20mm diameter, estimated weight 0.55ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as SI2-I1
Fifty-four old European/round brilliant and old Swiss cut diamonds: measuring between approx. 2.40mm and 2.60mm, estimated total carat weight 3.12ct. Overall colour assessed to be H-I, clarity assessed as SI1-SI2.
Seventy-six single cut diamonds, each measuring between 1.0mm and 1.7mm diameter. Estimated single cut diamond weight 0.75ct. Overall colour assessed to be H-I, clarity assessed as SI1-SI2.
Eight trap cut diamonds in two different sizes, measuring 3.4mm x 1.2mm and 4.0mm x 1.3mm. Estimated total trap cut diamond weight 0.40ct, colour assessed G-H, clarity assessed VS2-SI1.