Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond BangleBlack Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond BangleBlack Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond BangleBlack Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond BangleBlack Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond BangleBlack Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond BangleBlack Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond Bangle
Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond Bangle
Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond Bangle
Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond Bangle
Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond Bangle
Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond Bangle
Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond Bangle
Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond Bangle

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Black, Starr & Frost beguiles us with their elegant jewelry once again.

An antique Edwardian slip-on bangle, it is encrusted with natural freshwater pearls, diamonds and was created in platinum and 18k gold.

A lovely weight, the design employs platinum in four leaf shaped clusters. Each is dotted with 4 petite rose cut diamonds. Twenty one natural freshwater pearls are placed between each, wired to the frame for an airy appeal.

For 360 degree splendor, the details are:

Twenty one natural freshwater pearls
Average diameter of 4 mm.
Eighty rose cut diamonds
Total weight of .40 carats
Color H-J
Clarity VS112-SI1
Platinum
18k Yellow Gold
Signed Black, Starr & Frost

Historical Notes: Black, Starr and Frost was formed in 1874 as the successors to Ball, Black & Company of New York created in 1851 by William Black and Henry Ball. Known as a maker of exquisite jewelry, the firm has a reputation which goes back to 1810.

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Item 20675

Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Diamond Bangle

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Date: Circa 1900.

Measurements: Will fit a medium to large wrist of 6 1/2 inches or more up to more than 8 inches. width of 5/16 or 7 mm. Weight of 16.2 grams.

Hallmarks: BS&F.

Condition: Excellent.

Origin: American.

Story

SPECIAL MARKDOWN!

Black, Starr & Frost beguiles us with their elegant jewelry once again.

An antique Edwardian slip-on bangle, it is encrusted with natural freshwater pearls, diamonds and was created in platinum and 18k gold.

A lovely weight, the design employs platinum in four leaf shaped clusters. Each is dotted with 4 petite rose cut diamonds. Twenty one natural freshwater pearls are placed between each, wired to the frame for an airy appeal.

For 360 degree splendor, the details are:

Twenty one natural freshwater pearls
Average diameter of 4 mm.
Eighty rose cut diamonds
Total weight of .40 carats
Color H-J
Clarity VS112-SI1
Platinum
18k Yellow Gold
Signed Black, Starr & Frost

Historical Notes: Black, Starr and Frost was formed in 1874 as the successors to Ball, Black & Company of New York created in 1851 by William Black and Henry Ball. Known as a maker of exquisite jewelry, the firm has a reputation which goes back to 1810.