Reach for the stars and you reach toward the past. For the light that shines on us from those distant beacons has travelled the centuries (or eons) to finally land on earth.
So, too, we reach back in time to about 1870 when this magical bangle bracelet was lovingly crafted. Around this time, all things celestial came into fashion in Europe, Britain and the US.
In 15k yellow gold, a central raised diamond shaped puffy panel is lined with gold beading and wire work. For the focal point, a royal blue enamel eight-point star is studded with rose cut diamonds.
Twenty-one in all, their total weight of .75 carats exudes a color range of G-H, and a clarity range of VS2-SI2. Centermost the diamond is a double rose cut with two layers of facets. It has the equivalent eye appeal of a .40 carat diamond, but as these diamonds are flat backed, it is closer to .30 in actual weight.
Overall, a light satin finish gleams and appears silky smooth. It is hinged on a safety chain for security.