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Enamel as decoration took on a special meaning during the Art Nouveau period. The pale pastel colors typically rendered lent themselves well to the sensuous depictions of flora, ethereal creatures and the female form.

Circa 1910, this 14k yellow gold bracelet subtly display a number of the characteristic trademarks associated with that particular era in the history of jewelry. Capturing the spirit of the movement, asymmetrical links of whiplash curves each enclose a flower of gold with a baroque pearl center from which emanates heart shaped petals coated with delicate hues of exquisite pearlescent enamel. The links are joined by gems of sparkling pale green peridot embraced by round bezels of 14k yellow gold. A box clasp of gold with safety completes the bracelet.

Item 13018

Delicate Art Nouveau Enamel Gold Bracelet

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Measurements: 7 inches (18 cm) in length by 3/8 of an inch (0.9 cm) in width. Weight of 9.4 grams (6.0 dwt).

Hallmarks: “14k”

Condition: Excellent; three tiny area of enamel wear only visible with magnification.

Date & Origin: Circa 1910 and is American in origin.

Story

Enamel as decoration took on a special meaning during the Art Nouveau period. The pale pastel colors typically rendered lent themselves well to the sensuous depictions of flora, ethereal creatures and the female form.

Circa 1910, this 14k yellow gold bracelet subtly display a number of the characteristic trademarks associated with that particular era in the history of jewelry. Capturing the spirit of the movement, asymmetrical links of whiplash curves each enclose a flower of gold with a baroque pearl center from which emanates heart shaped petals coated with delicate hues of exquisite pearlescent enamel. The links are joined by gems of sparkling pale green peridot embraced by round bezels of 14k yellow gold. A box clasp of gold with safety completes the bracelet.

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