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Antique Bracelet Diamonds Ruby Sapphire Gold Carlo Guiliano Box Appraisal (3483)

Antique Bracelet Diamonds Ruby Sapphire Gold Carlo Guiliano Box Appraisal (3483)

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Antique Victorian bracelet 14k gold, diamonds, sapphire and ruby. Carlo Guiliano box. Made in England circa 1870-80's. Bracelet made of 14k gold with a clover flower consisting of a ruby, diamonds and a sapphire. Believed to be made by the very famous 19th century Neo-renaissance jeweller, Carlo Giuliano (1831-1895, who moved from Italy to London).


Measurements: Width is 2 1/4 inches. Diamond is 0.30ct; Ruby is 0.40ct; Sapphire is 0.47ct plus an additional 0.02ct rose cut diamonds. Weighs 7.30grams.


Simple gold bangle with marvellous flower clasp. One end has the ruby, sapphire and small diamonds, while the other side, with a curved end, terminates in a larger diamond. A smaller diamond sits in the middle of the 3 big stones and two even smaller diamonds form a little sepal. The quality of the stones is very good - they look clear and bright.


The bracelet comes in it's original round box, with what we believe to be the original sticker from the shop underneath. The outside is red leather, embossed with a gold pattern on all edges, including the bottom. It consists of 3 parts: the central part/bottom, with velvet lining and groove made exactly to fit and hold the bracelet upright. The sides, also made to fit the bracelet exactly, are silk lined. Both sides have gold mark: a Royal Crown, C GIULIANO, 115 PICCADILLY, LONDON. The box closes with a double flower-form clasp.


Marks: box marked as above. Bracelet has no marks, but was acid tested.


Condition: Good condition with negligible wear commensurate with age. Please look at the enlarged pictures and feel free to ask questions, which we will do our best to answer.** The previous owner bought this from Wartskis in London who claimed the bracelet was indeed made by Guiliano. It was independantly appraised here in Florida for $7195.- Appraisal available to new owner.

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