8 June 2006
AN ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET
Designed as a three circular and single-cut diamond openwork plaques, each centering upon an old European-cut diamond, flanked by baguette-cut diamonds, with buckle link spacers, mounted in platinum, circa 1925, 7 ins.
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Please note that the bracelet is numbered 23514.
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