There’s something so striking about the combination of sapphires and diamonds. Bright, crisp, bold, clean, and sharp. This Victorian Hunt & Roskell bracelet was made in England in 1880.
The openwork center of this Victorian Hunt & Roskell bracelet is set with an oval-cut royal blue Burmese sapphire within a larger cluster of old European-cut and rose-cut diamonds. The shoulders continue the design with a line of alternating graduated old-European cut diamonds, all mounted in silver and rose gold.
If that wasn’t amazing enough, the bracelet is actually a two-in-one: it has a pin attachment and can convert into a brooch.
There’s a photo for you to print out and tape to your wrist.
Just look at the color of that sapphire, surrounded by juicy old-cut diamonds in classic collet settings. I’d wear this any day.
Just when you think it couldn’t get any better…guess what other news I have for you? This Victorian Hunt & Roskell bracelet comes with its original fitted leather case stamped Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr & Mortimer, London.
Look at that perfection. Lined in luscious fabric, the box – which, let’s remember, is well over 100 years old – is in amazing condition and opens at both sides to reveal the bracelet sitting in glory in its perfectly formed home.
I wish I could show you a photo of the bracelet as a brooch, but this is all the seller provided. Still a wealth of beauty.
This Victorian Hunt & Roskell bracelet is for sale at Marie E Betteley, Inc, listing via 1stdibs. All images and info are thanks to Marie E Betteley, Inc and 1stdibs.