17 May 2017
A SAPPHIRE, EMERALD AND DIAMOND BANGLE/BROOCH, BY BULGARI
The polished bangle with gold torsade detail and diamond-set push-piece, set to the front with a detachable brooch, of shield design, the central circular-cut emerald and diamond cluster to the alternately-set oval and circular-cut emerald and sapphire twin surrounds, enhanced with circular-cut diamonds, brooch circa 1960, bangle inner circumference 17.0 cm, brooch 5.0 cm, mounted in platinum and gold, in brown Bulgari case
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Cf. Triossi A., 'Between Eternity and History, BVLGARI, from 1884 to 2009, 125 Years of Italian Jewels', Milan, Skira, 2009, p. 127 for illustration of a similar model
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