Good morning, dear readers. Are you in an Art Deco bracelet kind of mood today? I am, but that’s sort of my default. Let’s take a look.
This bracelet is so quintessentially Art Deco – it’s not surprising it was made in 1925, the very height of classic Art Deco style.
Lang Antiques’ description:
“A bright-white and gorgeous 2.40 carat antique marquise diamond, with the outline of a modern-cut 4.00 carat marquise, is the center of attention of this opulent and sensational, one inch-plus wide bracelet from the peak of the Art Deco period – circa a 1925. Three main plaques, connected by three geometric ‘slave links’ sizzle with an artful array of twelve marquise diamonds and closely pave-set European-cut diamonds which frame the central marquise diamond. The slave links each boast a shimmering pair of deep square-cut diamonds in the center. An impressive, exemplary and truly stunning Art Deco adornment. 7-plus inches long; 26 carats total diamond weight.”
This Art Deco diamond and platinum bracelet is currently viewable in Lang Antiques’ archive. All images and info are thanks to Lang.