Deco Wedding Bracelet, 1920s Platinum Over 14k Filigree
If you love deco, you love this! This bracelet is the epitome of Art Deco style. I imagine every proper lady in the 1920s must have had a delicate filigree bracelet! This particular example is one of the prettiest I've seen. The center section has an approximately .20ct round diamond bead-set into a fabulous flared panel that measures 6/8" long by 5/8" at the widest point. The panel tapers down to meet with the 1/4" wide square links that are articulated all the way to the ends where they terminate at a perfectly hidden clasp. The first four panels on each side of the center piece feature alternating diamonds and synthetic sapphires. Completing the length of the bracelet are several lacy filigree panels that repeat the pattern of the center piece. The clasp is a tongue and groove mechanism with a hidden safety feature underneath as well as a delicate safety chain that swags gracefully from end to end. As indicated on the clasp, the entire piece is made of 14k white gold with a heavy platinum plating.
The overall length is 6-5/8". And a couple of extra details I like enough to mention are...the little heart cut-outs that you can only see from the sides and the way the design at the edge of each panel blends continuously into the same design on the next panel. It's all the little details in a bracelet like this that qualify it as an heirloom piece! It is absolutely fit for a bride or just anyone that admires or collects Art Deco jewelry.