19th century turquoise and diamond strap bracelet, French c.1850, designed as an articulated openwork lattice, with three rows of round cabochon turquoise, the central line alternating cushion cut diamonds, all interspersed with small single and cushion cut diamonds in round and oblique box collets on a criss-cross grid, mounted in silver and gold, the turquoise coronet claw set, the diamonds in cut-down settings, French assaymarks for silver and gold, opening on a push-button release to either side.
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