Friday, December 11, 2015

Antique Jewelry Dreaming - The Bracelet Edition

This is the fourth edition of my Antique Jewelry Dreaming Wish List.  Just like the last three weeks, this week has its own theme, and today, it's bracelets.  So, just as a reminder, these are the antique pieces that I dream about and search for.  They are the pieces that are missing from my personal collection.  And, are the perfect Holiday Wish List hint!


Let's start off with a Bang!  This Art Deco Diamond & Emerald Bracelet in Platinum, c. 1920, is
offered by Victoria Sterling, $25,000.  I have lusted after a bracelet like this for years but have never been
lucky enough to find one in my price range.  But a gal can dream, right?!


This is a stunning Victorian Bangle Bracelet in Etched Fine Gold with Spessartine Garnets
from Market Square Jewelers, $3,685.  Orange is my favorite color & these garnets are just stunning!


THis Edwardian 2.0ct Old Cut Diamond Sapphire & Ruby Platinum Filigree Charm Bracelet is fabulous & must
have been made just for me from 47thDDC, $7,500.  Isn't it great & I have always had a thing for charm bracelets!


I am loving the bold look of this 14K Italian Yellow Gold Flexible Hollow Stackable Bangle
Bracelet
 from Oaks Jewelry Boutique, $629.  This bangle is perfect for stacking!


I have always wanted a nice, big 3.5 ctw Diamond Tennis Bracelet like this one from Madame Eckerson, $3,999.
I love the graduated diamonds.  I think it creates a fabulous focal point for the bracelet.


This vintage, solid 14k Yellow Gold Bangle from Lisa Esztergalyos Jeweler has got some nice rope detail work, $350.
I think this bracelet is perfect for stacking & I can completely see if stacked with the Italian omega bracelet above!


If you start big; you need to end big!  So this Art Deco 12.00 Carat Natural Sapphire & 7.25 Carat Diamond Bracelet in
Platinum, circa 1940, from Gatsby Jewels meets that requirement, $8,568.31.  That sapphire...Oh. My.


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