Part of Kirsten’s Corner signature line, this bracelet was converted from a beautiful Art Deco bar pin by carefully bending it to create a bangle. The focal point of the piece is the center stone, a transitional cut round diamond set in a square mount. It is elegantly flanked by two smaller diamonds, also set in square mounts to be mirror images of the center stone. The delicate filigree work is indicative of the geometric shapes that were beginning to announce themselves during the Art Deco Era. The repeated motif ties together a classic design based in symmetry, while the textured millegrain work around the bracelet’s parameters add another layer of delicacy.
The round transitional cut diamonds are G-H in color and VS-II to SL-I in clarity. The center diamond is 4.75mm and the two smaller diamonds are 2.25mm. The combined total carat weight is .52.
The piece looks great on the wrist, and its low profile allows it to stack nicely with other bracelets. It weighs 9 grams and measures at 6 3/4 inches.