A blend of strong and bold design, with the sentimental and meaning makes this an unforgettable wrap for the wrist.
In 15k yellow gold, the links are composed of vertical rounded tubes of graduated lengths of gold. Each is bound top and bottom with a gold wire wrap. Rounded half domes of gold cap off each end.
The overall finish is a bloomed, bright matte surface of light and bright golden hues while the feel is sinuous and rich.
A splendid oval center that is grand in scale is surrounded by patterned arcs of gold with wire work edges. These appear almost like a braid of gold sweeping Escher-like around the locket.
Atop in the most heavenly, deep cobalt translucent blue are leaves and tendrils with patterned guilloche gold beneath. Blooms of diamonds rest on the surface. Two petite ones, and one large rose.
Appropriately, the main rose blossom is set with a large, double rose cut diamond. Its leaves hold old mine cuts and more rose cuts as do the two tiny flowers near it.
Visually the main rose cut appears as a .65 carat diamond, but due to its flat underside, is .50 carats and the bracelet diamond weight in total is .63 carats, color I-K, clarity SI1-3.
Opening the locket reveals an intricately woven, chestnut plait of hair beneath the glass. This could have been memorial in nature, but given its splendid theme and lack of somber design, it is most likely sentimental in nature. The hair of a living loved one.
In its original shaped box of deep, forest green leather, the interior is fitted perfectly to the bracelet. The bottom is adorned with seafoam green velvet and a cream silk interior reading, "By Appointment" with a royal crown symbol, and “Dismore, Liverpool".