AN ART DÉCO DIAMOND AND AQUAMARINE BRACELET, BY CARTIER. The flexible cuff set with three rectangular-cut aquamarines, each within a smaller rectangular-cut aquamarine surround, spaced by circular and single-cut diamond domed links, to the square-cut aquamarine terminals, mounted in platinum, circa 1935, signed Cartier, numbered.
AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND BRACELET, CARTIER, PARIS, CIRCA 1940. The flexible strap decorated in a loosely woven pattern with baguette, cushion-shaped and lozenge-shaped aquamarines, studded at intervals with round diamonds, the clasp set with an emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 2.60 carats, mounted in platinum and 18 karat white gold, length 6 ¼ inches, signed Cartier, Paris, numbered 93853, maker's mark, assay marks.
aquamarine and diamond bracelet, by Cartier, circa 1950 Composed of two articulated rows of circular-cut aquamarines with brilliant-cut diamond highlights, set at regular intervals with hexagonal and baguette-cut aquamarine domed links, to a concealed clasp, signed Cartier London, JC and numbered, length 17.5cm.
A stunning Cartier bracelet is center set with a 4.25 carat Emerald Cut Aquamarine flanked by 6 Diamonds on each side totaling approximately 1 carat. This bracelet combines the red gold, so popular in the 40's with classic yellow gold. It is 6.5" long in the closed position with a watch style fold over clasp. A beautifully feminine bracelet while retaining the very clean lines that is signature to the 40's.
The iconic cross bracelet composed of a chain of brilliant-cut diamonds to which the Duchess of Windsor attached nine gem-set Latin crosses between 1933 and 1944, each given to her by the Duke to mark the milestones of their life together. This cross bracelet included: nine platinum crosses set with calibrated gems including aquamarines, emeralds, rubies, yellow sapphires, amethysts and baguette-cut diamonds, all dated and bearing a personal inscription of a loving or secret nature on the back.