Art Deco Diamond Sapphire Gold Bracelet, C.1930

by Louis Wine

Art Deco Diamond Sapphire Gold Bracelet, C.1930. The flexible link split gallery Bracelet of rectangular hinged link design, comprising nineteen pierced milligrain foliate links, two milligraine set with square facetted fine medium moderately strong blue sapphires, VS (type 11 clarity), approximately 0.75ct total sapphire weight, the bracelet centering shaped pierced open milligrain section set with a small round swiss cut terminating with tongue clasp conforming to link with safety lock. Stamped 14K. Length: 7.25 inches. Weight: 7.85 grams.

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Art Deco Diamond Sapphire Gold Bracelet, C.1930. The flexible link split gallery Bracelet of rectangular hinged link design, comprising nineteen pierced milligrain foliate links, two milligraine set with square facetted fine medium moderately strong blue sapphires, VS (type 11 clarity), approximately 0.75ct total sapphire weight, the bracelet centering shaped pierced open milligrain section set with a small round swiss cut terminating with tongue clasp conforming to link with safety lock. Stamped 14K. Length: 7.25 inches. Weight: 7.85 grams.

Louis Wine

Louis Wine Ltd., Toronto specialists in Antique Silver , Antique Jewellery & Decorative Arts, are a 4th generation family business.Louis Wine (1865-1946) founded the company in Dublin, Ireland in 1880. Louis Wine began selling to silver collectors in Dublin from a shop in historic Wellington Quay. In 1908, he located on Dublin's fashionable Grafton Street. To the firm came the worlds leading Georgian Silver collectors. Pieces by Paul de Lamerie, Paul Storr, Hester Bateman and Irish Georgian Silver were constantly on display. Our gallery run by Richard (Louis Wine's great grandson) at 150 Cumberland Street (Yorkville), Toronto, displays a range of fine Antique Silver, Old Sheffield Plate, Antique Jewellery & Decorative Arts from the 18th-20th century, including Bateman, Storr, Ramsden, Tiffany, Knox, Liberty, Jensen, Christopher Dresser.