A fabulous bracelet from the late Art Deco (ca1930s) era! Crafted in sterling silver, this bracelet displays alternating amazonite and coral cabochon stones, set two to one. The double amazonite exhibits beautiful teal hues with slight variation, in an open back prong setting, with five light catching Rose Cut diamonds separating the pairs. The single coral cabochons displays a rich, vivid salmon color, which rest in closed-back bezels. The beautiful enamel is a deep periwinkle color, with artistic filigree line work. The bracelet secures with a simple push clasp, stamped underneath with "GERMANY STERLING". An elaborate and intriguing piece, this bracelet would be a wonderful addition to any collection!
Measurements: The bracelet measures approximately 7 7/8" in length, 13/16" wide, and slightly less than 1/4" at its deepest points.
Condition: The bracelet is in excellent condition. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the coral stones and Rose Cut diamonds. One of the amazonite cabochons is cracked down the center but isn't noticable when worn as it's near the clasp and does not detract from its beauty. All of the stones are intact and securely set. The hinge and push clasp are secure and in good working condition.