This important and quite unique 1950s baguette diamond straight line bracelet has been masterfully handcrafted in platinum. 52 perfectly matched baguette cut diamonds have been channel set to create a river of white surrounding the wrist. With a slight graduation, the center baguettes measure up to approximately 0.80 carats with a total approximate diamond weight of 25 carats. The colors average E-F with a clarity of VVS to VS. As it is hard to find the rough diamond to cut baguettes with a length of over 5 millimeters and the largest baguettes in this bracelet measuring over 6 millimeters, this bracelet is truly a rare find. As opposed to emerald cut diamonds, baguette cut diamonds do not have cut corners which allows them to be set without any spacing which gives this bracelet it's unique and most appealing chic look. With a length of 7 1/8 inches this bracelet can elegantly slide down a bit over the wrist. It appears as if this bracelet was hardly worn as the links are tight and the overall condition excellent. The bracelet is secured by a male/female spring closure which opens by pressing down on one of the baguettes. In addition there is a platinum flap which clicks in underneath the closure and omega which clicks in on the side of the bracelet.

Item Number D3481