Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet
Diamonbar

Art Deco Sterling Silver Sapphire Blue Glass Paste Buckle Diamonbar Bracelet

Regular price $195.00 $0.00 Unit price per

This Art Deco bracelet, marked Diamonbar and made by the Wachenheimer company (who made fine jewelry between 1905 - 1934), is a classical example of buckle motif jewelry that was popular during the 1920s. Inset paste stones sparkle brightly in the sterling silver setting, even on the dimensional buckle, disguising the clasp for a seamless glittery look. Each link is narrow and pivots independently, allowing the bracelet to wrap smoothly at the wrist for a slinky, tactile feel on your skin. This particular piece is unique for its shimmering rows of sapphire blue and contrasting white stones that alternate sides for a subtle but dynamic effect.


Condition Guide excellent. This piece is fresh looking, it must have been tucked away and well taken care of, and the soft signs of wear are noticeable only on close inspection.

* The setting is bright with little surface wear and no dents or misshapen spots.
* The links all move and pivot smoothly and lay flush as they should.
* The stones are all in place and look original, without any chips or surface wear and the faceting is crisp and refractive.
* The stones are all bright and sparkly without any darkening or discoloration.
* There are no irregularities to the setting or signs of solder or repair and the piece has a firm shape.


Length 7"

Width 1/2"

Mark See photo

Clasp Secure, and original

Weight 28 grams

Period 1920s

Material Sterling silver, glass


Collector Note on sparkle. Sparkle has been a key element of jewelry design and the way gemstones are cut for centuries - as well as an indication of quality. For example, the bezel-set brilliant cut was developed to enhance the light-reflecting qualities of gemstones, like diamonds in the light. In addition during the Georgian era, the rose cut diamond became popular as the cut sparkled beautifully in candlelight. Facets, special raised prong and open back settings, and movement all serve to promote play with light and make for stunning pieces.


on classic collectables. There are certain pieces that fall into a distinct collectable category, sometimes referred to as "classics." However, the most collectable of these classics are those that include something special (such as an extra design element) that set them apart from other similar pieces.