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Wide, Heavy, Handsome, 14k
5.20 ct Diamond Bracelet

Wide, Heavy Solid 14k Bracelet With 5.20 Carats of SI clarity Diamonds

From the Treasure Coast of Florida, this is one of several items of fine jewelry which have recently been placed with us on consignment. They are part of a large, living estate, from Palm Beach, Florida. A number of the pieces of jewelry have already been sold locally, (prior to our photographer even having had the time to formally photograph the items to accompany our online listings).

In addition to the items of jewelry, we also have in our possession copies of a multi-page appraisal covering each of those items, and have included relevant excerpts from the appraisals as part of the description which appears below. The appraisals were prepared by a G. I.A. accredited Appraiser/Gemologist, whose offices are located in Palm Beach, Florida. The dates appearing on the appraisals are January 17 and January 18, 2005.

This is a seriously handsome 14k yellow gold bracelet, 7" in length, and 10mm wide, with an absolutely great look. There are a whopping 5.20 carats of round brilliant cut diamonds, predominantly SI in clarity, and we would judge diamond color to be close but not exactly the H-I range attributed to these stones by the appraiser. We'd say perhaps J-K for color. The bracelet has a marvelous presence, and the heavy FEEL of this bracelet is fantastic. Think slinky. Marvelous!

The original 2005 appraisal contained a secretary's typographical error. The appraisal read "Ladies 18k (typo, this bracelet is solid 14k) yellow gold wide diamond bracelet. The bracelet weight is 23.5 dwt and contains (260) two hundred and sixty round brilliant cut diamonds being 5.20ct, H-I in color and SI1 in clarity. All the diamond are matched and are prong set in a "V" shape link that goes across the whole bracelet." Appraised value in 2005 was $13,000. (In 2005 gold was under $550/oz. Today's market is around $1700/oz).

Alternate use: While this is a truly striking piece on its own, we could also easily envision this bracelet being paired with a vintage 14k yellow gold wrist watch for use as an absolutely gorgeous, one of a kind watch band. We've seen truly unique, and wonderful Art Deco designs amongst 1930's, 1940's, and 1950's models of vintage men's watches (replace those boring leather straps !) that would look totally FANTASTIC framed by these diamonds !!

Layaway Is Available By Request.



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