A mid-20th century gold and diamond bracelet, consisting of narrow rectangular gold panels woven in a ‘briquette’ pattern forming a flexible belt-like design, the one end with a V-shaped finial set with eleven Swiss-cut diamonds, the other end with a clasp the form of a buckle set with further twenty-eight Swiss-cut diamonds, the diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 1¾ carats in total, bearing French mark for 18ct gold and makers mark for Jean Boudot, circa 1950, measuring 22 x 2.5cm, gross weight 96.8 grams.
A luxurious gold and diamond bracelet which is sleek and sophisticated in style. This classic style bracelet was first designed by Van Cleef & Arpels in 1934, known as Ludo bracelet, named after Louis ‘Ludo’ Arpels. This design is an ode to Modernity combining haute couture elements with fine engineering and highly skilled goldsmithing techniques. The Swiss-cut diamonds which form the buckle and tail-end of the bracelet contrast nicely with the shiny gold panels of the body of the bracelet. Swiss-cut diamonds were popular in late 19th century and early 20th century jewellery and have a soft and delicate appearance to them due to their lack of corners. The gold panels featured in this bracelet are small and understated, but when woven together, serve to create a bold statement on the wrist. Versatile and modern, this fashionable bracelet can be worn with a vast array of outfits. It would look particularly smart with a dark cocktail dress or with trousers and a silk blouse.
A mid-20th century gold and diamond bracelet, consisting of narrow rectangular gold panels woven in a ‘briquette’ pattern forming a flexible belt-like design, the one end with a V-shaped finial set with eleven Swiss-cut diamonds, the other end with a ...
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