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AN ART DÉCO DIAMOND AND AQUAMARINE BRACELET, BY CARTIER. The flexible cuff set with three rectangular-cut aquamarines, each within a smaller rectangular-cut aquamarine surround, spaced by circular and single-cut diamond domed links, to the square-cut aquamarine terminals, mounted in platinum, circa 1935, signed Cartier, numbered.
A PEARL, DIAMOND AND AQUAMARINE BRACELET, BY CARTIER
A PEARL, DIAMOND AND AQUAMARINE BRACELET, BY CARTIER Designed as a ten-strand graduated pearl torsade with circular and baguette-cut diamond shoulders to the fluted barrel-shaped aquamarine and diamond clasp, circa 1930, 18.0 cm. Signed by Cartier.
(#224) Aquamarine and diamond bracelet, Cartier, Paris, circa 1940
AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND BRACELET, CARTIER, PARIS, CIRCA 1940. The flexible strap decorated in a loosely woven pattern with baguette, cushion-shaped and lozenge-shaped aquamarines, studded at intervals with round diamonds, the clasp set with an emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 2.60 carats, mounted in platinum and 18 karat white gold, length 6 ¼ inches, signed Cartier, Paris, numbered 93853, maker's mark, assay marks.
An aquamarine and diamond bracelet, by Cartier,
aquamarine and diamond bracelet, by Cartier, circa 1950 Composed of two articulated rows of circular-cut aquamarines with brilliant-cut diamond highlights, set at regular intervals with hexagonal and baguette-cut aquamarine domed links, to a concealed clasp, signed Cartier London, JC and numbered, length 17.5cm.
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A stunning Cartier bracelet is center set with a 4.25 carat Emerald Cut Aquamarine flanked by 6 Diamonds on each side totaling approximately 1 carat. This bracelet combines the red gold, so popular in the 40's with classic yellow gold. It is 6.5" long in the closed position with a watch style fold over clasp. A beautifully feminine bracelet while retaining the very clean lines that is signature to the 40's.
Madonna dons Duchess of Windsor's jewels
The iconic cross bracelet composed of a chain of brilliant-cut diamonds to which the Duchess of Windsor attached nine gem-set Latin crosses between 1933 and 1944, each given to her by the Duke to mark the milestones of their life together. This cross bracelet included: nine platinum crosses set with calibrated gems including aquamarines, emeralds, rubies, yellow sapphires, amethysts and baguette-cut diamonds, all dated and bearing a personal inscription of a loving or secret nature on the back.