Hancocks

5.79ct Beautiful Old European Brilliant Diamond Bracelet in Platinum and Gold

A beautiful platinum, gold and old cut diamond bracelet by Hancocks, the bracelet formed of twenty-six old European brilliant cut diamonds weighing 5.79cts in total and of G colour and VS clarity in platinum and gold six claw collets with rounded open backs, linked closely together to form a continuous articulated row of diamonds with a simple lobster claw clasp.

Further Details

OriginLondon
Condition ReportNew
SettingPlatinum and 18ct yellow gold
Weight description10.5 grams
Dimensions7" /17.7cm long
Gemstones26 x old European brilliant cut diamonds weighing a combined total of 5.79cts and of G colour and VS clarity
SKU127217

Directors Notes

The old European brilliant cut is the forefather of today’s modern round brilliant cut diamond.  It was developed towards the end of the 19th Century when new machinery was invented, in particular the motor-driven saw, which allowed diamonds to be cut in attractive, symmetrical round shapes without wasting the excess rough crystal that was cut off. This revolutionised the industry and gradually, through a process of trial and error, cutters discovered which proportions produced the finest balance of brilliance and fire within these new round stones.  Diamonds were now able to dazzle even in the dimly candle-lit rooms of the turn of the century. Along with their characteristic polished culet facets, finely cut old European brilliants can be distinguished from their modern counterparts by their higher crowns and smaller table facets. These features combine to create a greater amount of spectral colour-flashes from inside the stone than we typically see in modern cut diamonds.

£22,500.00

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