Synonymous for the highest standards for fine jewelry, Raymond Yard has established itself, by designing exquisite jewelry since the 1920s .Using only the finest quality gemstones and hand crafted platinum mountings, Raymond Yard designed jewelry that not only took on an identifiable style of its own but also in turn elevated Art Deco jewelry to a new level.
This bracelet, stamped YARD and numbered 18663, dates from the 1930s, is set with 232 diamonds weighing approximately 10 carats in total. It is a great example of the craftsmanship applied by Yard. Handmade in platinum,it has four focal links that feature 4 Old European cut diamonds and 8 baguette cut diamonds, alternating with 8 square diamond set links, all connected through yet smaller rectangular diamond set connective links. The diamonds have been picked to match perfectly in color and clarity for which Raymond Yard was known for. Superbly detailed craftsmanship is featured throughout this piece, a refined witness of history’s sophisticated jeweler.

- 8 Baguettes weighing approx. 0.04cts each; approx. 0.32cts total
- 4 Old European cut diamonds weighing approx. 0.34cts each; approx. 1.36cts total
- 220 Old European cut diamonds weighing approx. 6.32cts total
- 7” long
- 3/8” wide
- Stamped YARD
- Numbered 18663
- 30.6 grams
- 19.6 dwt