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Vintage Motif: Open-Link Bracelets


Whether its diamonds, jade, sapphires or rubies, the Art Deco Era used a variety of gemstones to create beautiful bracelets. The open-link motif was popular during the 1920s; above the girl is wearing three stacked on one arm, with another on the other. Open-link bracelets are timeless and are still popular today in modern jewelry. Below are some of my favorite open-links bracelets, all antique:


Art Deco diamond bracelet done in platinum and designed by George Fouquet. Circa 1920s, this open-link bracelet is set with 12.20 carats of diamonds and is of French origin. From Berganza, price: £67,500


This platinum and aquarmarine bracelet is gorgeous–it has over 40 carats of aquamarine and rose cut and old European cut diamonds. This bracelet is from Lang Antiques and price: $14,750


Another Art Deco bracelet, this one is designed by Cartier and circa 1920. Done in platinum, diamonds, onyx and jade with a very geometric style to it. From Berganza, price: Price: £25,500


This awesome Art Deco bracelet has uniquely cut sapphires topping every-other link, all done in platinum and diamonds. There are marquise cut diamonds, along with a few square cut and single cut diamonds. The total diamond weight is 8.15 carats. From Lang Antiques price: $33,750