*Hammerman Brothers 1960 bracelet in 18 kt gold with 35.7 Ctw in turquoise diamonds & sapphires
A gemstones bracelet designed by the Hammerman Brothers.
A flexible bracelet from the mid-century period, circa 1960's. It was carefully crafted in solid 18 karats yellow gold and suited with a push boxed lock, with a hinged figure 8 for extra security.
Prong set, with natural gemstones with vivid colors; 306 round cabochons cuts (2.5 mm) of blue turquoises, with a combined weight of 30.6 carats, 5 round brilliant cuts diamonds (0.60 cts) and 30 round blue sapphires (4.50 cts).
This bracelet have a total weight of 90.95 grams and a length of 7 inches and a width of 16.5 mm.
Stamped, with the maker's mark and the gold assay hallmarks, "HB 18 KT".
Hammerman Brothers, was Benjamin, Bernard, and Hyman. They were descended from an eastern European family of goldsmiths who excelled in the art of jewelry and watchmaking. Before they serve in the us army in the world war II, the brothers worked in the bowery in New York city, which at that time was a significant diamond center. In 1946 the brothers decided to go into the jewelry business for themselves in New York city.
It is in perfect condition, with all turquoises calibrated in color, size and are non spotted.
INVENTORY REF: B0000REMA/2.186