22 April 2009
AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND EMERALD BRACELET, BY OSCAR HEYMAN & BROTHERS
Of geometric design, centering upon rectangular and bullet-cut diamonds, spaced by baguette-cut emeralds, to the pierced circular and single-cut diamond band, enhanced by calibré-cut emerald detail, to the hexagonal-cut emerald and circular-cut diamond openwork clasp, mounted in platinum, circa 1920, 6¾ ins.
With maker's mark for Oscar Heyman & Brothers
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