Offered by: Pampillonia
7114 Bethesda Lane Washington, DC 20814 , United States Call Seller 202.363.6305

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CENTURY DIAMOND TWO ROW BRACELET AND NECKLACE COMBINATION

$ 69,500
  • Description
    From Tiffany & Co., New York, an expertly designed two row diamond bracelet. The bracelet is actually two bracelets that snap together to form and stunting double row bracelet. The bracelets can be worn separately or in a pair. There’s more! The two bracelet can be joined form and diamond choker that’s a real show stopper.
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    • Designer: Tiffany & Co.
    • Metal: Platinum with an 18 karat gold clasp
    • Circa: late 1950s to early 1960s
    • Bracelet 7 5/6th, Necklace 14 ¾ inches
    • 54 Brilliant cut diamonds weigh 13.50 carat, G VVS
    • Original Tiffany box
    • Condition Excellent
  • More Information
    Documentation: Signed
    Period: 1950-1999
    Materials: Diamonds, Platinum, 18 karat gold
    Condition: Excellent
    Creation Date: Circa: late 1950s to early 1960s
    Gemstones: Diamond
    Metals: Gold, Platinum
    Styles / Movements: Mid-Century
    Dealer Reference #: PF5507
    Incollect Reference #: 600288
Shipping Information:

Validated Parking in Elm Street Garage

Message from Seller:

Pampillonia Jewelers are creators of fine jewelry in the heart of Bethesda—serving the Washington D.C. area. We specialize in custom-designed, handmade jewelry, diamond engagement rings, vintage and contemporary estate designer jewelry.

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