Edwardian Bracelet Old European Cut Diamonds Platinum Gold


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18 karat Yellow Gold, Platinum
Diamond Old European cut, H-J/VS 16.00 carats total
27.7 grams
7 ½” x ¼” (19 x 0.6 cm)

A beautiful Edwardian bracelet made of 18k gold and platinum and featuring Old European cut diamonds. It’s a classic bangle bracelet that has a perfect size and great proportions. Old European cut diamonds are four-prong set all the way around the wrist.

It has no hinge, which contributes to a flawless look of the piece.

This Edwardian era bracelet is a wearable elegant piece that was made to instantly elevate your outfit.

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    About Edwardian Jewelry

    Edwardian jewelry design, common during the reign of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom (1901-1910), reflects the opulence and sophistication of the period. This era is known for its refined craftsmanship and influence of the cultural trends.

    One of the hallmarks of Edwardian jewelry is the extensive use of platinum. This metal enabled makers to create elaborate settings and allowed for the creation of light, lace-like patterns. That’s why pieces of the Edwardian era showcase filigree work, where fine wires of metal are twisted and shaped into delicate designs.

    The main motifs for Edwardian jewelry frequently drew inspiration from nature. Common themes included garlands, flowers, and leaves. These elements were often rendered in a romantic manner, reflecting the period’s appreciation for natural beauty.

    Diamonds were the gemstone of choice during the Edwardian era, often used with platinum to enhance the sparkle and whiteness of the gems. Pearls were also highly favored, symbolizing purity and sophistication. These gemstones were commonly used in tiaras, necklaces, and brooches. Milgrain, a decorative technique involving tiny bead-like details along the edges of the metal, was a popular embellishment in Edwardian jewelry.

    Lavaliere necklaces, characterized by their pendant suspended from a chain, often adorned with diamonds and pearls, became highly fashionable.


    About Platinum Jewelry

     Platinum stands apart from other precious metals due to its defining qualities of purity and durability. From the chemical perspective, platinum is one of the most stable elements.

    The white color of platinum comes from its purity. While white gold contains an alloy of zinc, copper and nickel, platinum has a pure 95-98% composition. In fact, white gold is yellow gold mixed with other metals and then rhodium plated.

    Platinum is durable and more dense than yellow gold. Platinum jewelry lasts for ages and can be passed down from generation to generation.

    Platinum’s purity and strength make it relevant to the idea of eternal love. It’s an embodiment of strong feelings and rarity. That’s why platinum engagement rings and platinum wedding bands have been popular ever since.

    Platinum is also a symbol of status and reputation. It looks subtle and not as obvious as yellow gold. Gemstones set in platinum are not distracted because of the metal’s neutral appearance. The color, brilliance and vibrancy of diamonds and colored stones are amplified next to platinum “true white”.