15 November 2016
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY
AN ART DÉCO DIAMOND BRACELET
Composed of a graduated series of diamond-set hexagonal-shaped links, connected with baguette-cut diamond bombé links, set to the front with three rectangular cut-cornered diamonds, weighing approximately 3.99, 2.05 and 1.80 carats, circa 1935, 18.0 cm, with French assay marks for platinum
Accompanied by report no. 5171742039 dated 18 July 2016, from the GIA Gemological Institute of America stating that the 3.99 carat diamond is F colour, VS2 clarity.
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