AN ART DECO RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET The wide band of geometric design, composed of three openwork old European-cut diamond and calibré-cut ruby panels, each centering upon a circular or oval-cut ruby, enhanced by baguette-cut diamond detail, joined by arched baguette-cut diamond and calibré-cut ruby links, mounted in platinum, (three rubies deficient), circa 1935, 7¾ ins.
Art Deco Opal, Demantoid Garnet and Diamond Bracelet. Something delightfully different in an original Art Deco bracelet - circa 1925. The rather rare and distinctive combination of opals and demantoid garnets are most often seen in jewels from the turn-of-the-twentieth century Art Nouveau period. Here they have been effectively incorporated to soften and feminize the typically bold and striking effect of Art Deco...
A DELICATE ART DECO JADE PLATINUM AND DIAMOND BRACELET, LACLOCHE BY THE TOP SECTION OF THE STRAP CAN BE WORN AS A BROOCH LACLOCHE bracelet in white gold and platinum formed an articulated flexible tape three bands, he formed the center square cabochons green jade inlaid each half cut diamond, the other two that frame of rose-cut diamonds, on the clasp, lapel clip can adapt triangular half-cylinder decor and set with projections brilliant-cut diamonds and baguette. Signed Lacloche Fres
A magnificent Art Deco diamond bracelet by Cartier. Of an unusual geometric design of circles and squares, set with baguette cut, square cut, single cut and old European cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, Paris, circa 1928-1930, signed CARTIER and numbered, French assay mark for platinum.
AN ART DECO DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE, RUBY AND EMERALD PENDANT BROOCH Designed as a circular and baguette-cut diamond vase set with a hexagonal-cut diamond, extending circular-cut diamond branches with carved cabochon sapphire, ruby and emerald leaves, from two baguette-cut diamond chains, to the circular and baguette-cut diamond surmount accented with a cabochon emerald, mounted in platinum, circa 1925
A SUPERB ART DECO RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET Of geometric motif, designed as an articulated pavé-set diamond wide band, with baguette-cut diamond details, decorated with a series of oval-shaped rubies, to the rectangular-cut ruby and diamond clasp, circa 1930
A rare gold, diamond and amethyst snake bangle, French, circa 1840s. The rigid bracelet designed as a coiled snake, with the body set throughout with amethysts, and the eyes set with rose-cut diamonds.
An Art Deco ruby, sapphire and diamond bracelet, 1920s. The central element set with a cluster of cabochon and circular-cut rubies, to a line of calibré-cut sapphires and circular-cut diamonds. #ArtDeco #bracelet