An Important Art Deco Diamond Bracelet

An Important Art Deco Diamond Bracelet

France, circa 1935
French assay marks for platinum, unidentified partial French maker's mark, possibly OD with indistinct symbol, to side of links.
Patent marks 'Tridan Bté' to clasp and clasp tongue.

Length: 175 mm
Width: 31 mm


The wide articulated bracelet designed as a series of geometric plaques, pavé-set with circular- and single-cut diamonds, each decorated with a diagonal stripe of channel-set baguette diamonds and centring on a larger circular-cut diamond in an octagonal collet setting, connected by rectangular links set with circular-cut diamonds and baguette diamond scrolls.

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