London, South Kensington
19 November 2009
An Art Deco diamond bracelet
Composed of old brilliant-cut diamond pierced shaped panels with central cross motif to old brilliant-cut diamond twin opposed "C" shaped panels, circa 1930, approximately 18.5 cm. long
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