Antique jewelry in literature (02): Belle Epoque diamond bracelet by Emile Olive

Antique jewelry in literature:

Belle Epoque diamond bracelet by Emile Olive

Belle Epoque diamond bracelet by Emile Olive
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Magnificent, stunning and superb do not adequately describe this priceless Emile Olive bracelet which is in pristine condition! It is in typical Belle Époque style with Art Nouveau influences. Normally rings would be adorned with this motive, and for us it was the first time to find this motive in a bracelet. It includes 9 large old European cut diamonds weighing 3.40 crt and an enormous 7.20 crt in total (rose cut diamonds not included)!

This very bracelet is depicted at page 533 in the "Bible of Antique Jewelry" namely "La Bijouterie Française au XIXe Sieècle by Henri Vever, part two, Second Empire 1850-1870" printed in Paris in 1908. This book was translated to English in 2001 and is called "Henri Vever - French Jewelry of the Nineteenth Century". The bracelet is depicted on page 1025 of the English version.

Antiqualy yours,

The Adin team
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