An Elegant and Unusual Star Motif Bracelet

An elegant and unusual star bracelet by Cartier c.1960s, designed as a straight row of eleven uniform openwork stylised star motifs of asymmetric double row form, the motifs all with a gently domed profile and with a concealed tongue and box clasp. This lovely, wearable bracelet has a lightness to it thanks to the openwork form and the flexible articulation means it fits the wrist beautifully. The unusual asymmetric star motifs are formed from a seemingly continuous gold double thread that loops in and back on itself to form the shapes which are then invisibly linked together.

Further Details

Condition ReportVery fine
Setting18ct gold signed Cartier Paris and with French assay marks
Weight description54 grams
Dimensions17.5cm / 6.8" long
1.9cm / 0.75" wide
MakerCartier Paris
Periodcirca 1960s


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When Louis-François Cartier (1819-1904) opened his small jewellery store in Paris in 1847, he couldn’t have imagined that 170 years later his name would be synonymous worldwide with some of the finest jewellery ever created.  

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