Mention Art Deco and immediately images of Art Deco bracelets come to mind. Generally narrow, and geometric set in platinum, often bejewelled, often worn in multiples or with a narrow gem watch and most often of platinum or at times white gold . As the period progressed bracelets became wider and more complex in design. Then there were the extravagant examples. Big, Bold and White. Or the gorgeous Tutti Fruiti and Japonoiserie inspired examples. The Tutti Fruiti designs were invented by Cartier jewellers when Cartier as a way of gaining entre into the Indian market brought back from India masses of what were considered inferior carved coloured gems and instructed the jewellers to create a way of using them. From such mundane beginnings came one of the rarest, most loved, enduring and recognisable Cartier designs.
A wonderful example of an Art Deco sapphire bangle with channel set square faceted vivid royal blue sapphires and engraved edges.
A quintessential Art Deco party bracelet
2001 3073See Detail
This delicate Art Deco bracelet with the always sought-after white diamond- black onyx combination will star in so many of your photos.
A happy vibe bracelet you won’t want to take off.
2001 3332 or 2001 3080See Detail