1920s Diamond Filigree Bracelet
This bracelet is absolutely breathtaking! Made from 14k white gold it exhibits the most beautiful lace-like filigree design. It dates to around 1920, near the end of the Edwardian period, when such delicate filigree forms made up the most desirable jewelry of the day. No doubt this bracelet made some elegant 20's lady very happy! The center panel has a graceful curved contour and coordinating lines within the filigree design. In addition there are five lively diamonds (+/- .15ct tw) that further enhance the central pattern. The two outermost diamonds are flanked by three gorgeous, glowing green baguette stones that are arranged in a classic Art Deco "stair step" design. The balance of the bracelet consists of identical rectangular filigree panels that connect to one another with small hidden hinges. These little hinges allow the bracelet to flex and drape fluidly along the contours of your wrist. The overall length of the bracelet is 6-5/8" with the small panels measuring approximately 1/4" wide. The decorative center panel measures 15/16" long and 9/16" at the widest point. This is a beautiful and elegant piece of jewelry that is worthy of handing down as a family heirloom. It's certainly ideal for a bride or mother of the bride!