Vintage Mid Century 9k White Gold Diamond Bracelet 7.25

http://sullivanbrospainting.com/services Vintage British English solid 9K White Gold modernist diamond bracelet. The diamonds are older, all original, natural and non enhanced. They are fine quality SI1/2 clarity and eye clean. Total carat weight is approximately .64 carat. All of the stones are bright, sparkly and noticeable. Weight is 5.5 grams. Size is 7 1/4″ long end to end. Height is 1/8″; this bracelet sits pretty flat on the wrist. Width is 3/16″. In excellent used condition this is a lovely vintage diamond bracelet for your collection. No dents or dings or damage or repair.

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Vintage Mid Century 9k White Gold Diamond Bracelet 7.25 inches long. Estate Jewelry .64 Carat

brahmi leaves buy This is a vintage late mid century modernist diamond bracelet with unusual geometric linkage. The links are long, curvy and narrow. Yet, they are square in diameter. It is marked 9K and is also jeweler tested. Guaranteed to be solid 9K white gold. The diamonds are older, all original, natural and non enhanced. They are fine quality SI1/2 clarity and eye clean. Total carat weight is approximately .64 carat. All of the stones are bright, sparkly, clear and noticeable. Weight is 5.5 grams. Size is 7 1/4″ long end to end. Although the height is 1/8″; this bracelet sits pretty flat on the wrist. Width is 3/16″. Condition is excellent, gently used. There are no repairs or alterations of any kind. All of the diamonds are well matched in both size and color. Gold has light surface age scratches but no deep scratches, tears, or dents.

It is narrow yet boxy with unusual linkage so it looks good whether worn alone or as a gemstone stacking bracelet. Very late mid century into the 1970s when layered look was prevalent. Therefore, this is a lovely vintage mid century 9k white gold diamond bracelet 7.25 for your collection.

About Mid Century Jewelry:

New York–Mid-century Modernism is marked by clean lines and bold, abstract geometric shapes.

Designers in the United States, as well as those from Scandinavian countries and the silversmiths of Mexico, went for sleeker designs in an effort to distance themselves from the heavy statement pieces popular in the early 1940s.

Geometric designs were a key theme in Mid-century Modernism. Most of the jewelry was crafted in silver, partly due to Scandinavian influence (Scandinavian jewelers traditionally have worked in silver) but also the Bauhaus movement, which called on art in all forms to be affordable.