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328-351-331Antique Victorian Platinum Pink Gold 15.00ct Old European Diamond Bracelet
- Authentic totally original handmade Victorian tube set bracelet circa 1895 to 1905. Platinum top half with milgrain bezels and rose gold base. On Peter's now famous pink gold scale of 1 to 10 with 10 as the deepest pink this scores a 5. Underside safety. Three threaded holes built into the back equally spaced to attach the bracelet to some other piece we do not have, perhaps a tiara or something else. The diamonds are all original, no replacements. Exceptional top quality construction and diamond brilliance due to the Platinum tubes and the raised crowns and small tables. Excellent condition, no repairs or defects. One of the best we have seen in many years. This diamond is certified and graded by the toughest gem lab on earth for grading mounted diamonds the EGL. From our evaluation the diamond grading is fair and accurate. Excellent condition, no repairs or defects.
- 38 old European cut diamonds, approx. total weight 15.00cts, G to H, SI1 to SI3, 0.12ct to 0.60ct, EGL certificate #USA US68521901J
- 17.2 grams
- Platinum and 14k pink and rose gold
- Tested: 14k
- Length: 7.5 inches
- Width at top: 6.3mm
- Height at top: 4.3mm
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