Waslikoff And Sons Art Deco 1940 Platinum Bracelet With 42.84 Ctw In Diamonds And Aquamarines
Gorgeous bracelet designed by M. Waslikoff & Sons.
Beautiful piece from the American art-deco period, circa 1940's.This fabulous bracelet was crafted at the atelier of Waslikoff & Sons in New York city. Realized, with impeccable details in solid .900/.999 platinum and .100/.999 iridium.
Is suited with an invisible push lock and a hinged slash for extra security.
Prong set with 6 graduated emerald corner cuts (12 x 10 x 8 mm) of natural Brazilian vivid blue aquamarines with a total weight of 39.48 carats.
Embellished with 27 round European cuts diamonds, 3.36 carats, E/F color, VS-1 clarity.
Have a total weight of 52.6 grams and a length of 6.75 inches. have a width measure of 15 mm (0.59 Inch).
Stamped with the maker's logo and the hallmarks, "10 IRID 90 PLAT W".
M. Waslikoff & Sons, was established in New York city in 1910. Was an American jeweler company, very famous for their art deco pieces from the 1920’s to the 1940’s. The company was a leading maker of flexible watch bands and bracelets made entirely of platinum.
Note: Aquamarine gemstones are the birthstone of March. In ancient period, the Greeks and Romans thought of aquamarine as the sailor’s gem. They believed the blue gem would protect the travelers during storms while traveling across the seas. Ancient cultures also thought aquamarine was a token of love between dating and married couples. Now, it’s the official gemstone to celebrate a 19th marriage anniversary.
Collateral: They are accompanied by a presentation jewelry box.
Condition: The overall condition of this bracelet is excellent. Beside the little normal wear, there is no damage to the gold. All the gemstones, are secured in the settings. This bracelet has been carefully inspected to guarantee the condition and authenticity
INVENTORY REF: B0000IENN/1.517