Vintage bracelet with four rows of pearls & white gold clasp, around 1960
With this bracelet everything is in flow, it is a declaration of love to the sea and the vastness of the oceans. 480 bright white cultured pearls of very good quality are arranged in eight rows to form a bracelet. Impressively arranged in rows, they flow softly around the arm with a seductive luster. Only a few traces of growth on the surface of the pearls testify to their origin in the shell, as a product of nature. The bracelet has two intermediate bars and an elegant white gold clasp. Sixteen sapphires in the colour of dark water and six larger pearls adorn the longitudinal rectangular clasp. The defining theme of the jewel is thus water and the sea. The colour tone, the shape, the materials: embark on a journey into the infinite distance of the ocean with this exquisite piece from around 1970.
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If for any reason you are still not satisfied, contact us and we will find a mutual solution immediately. Regardless, you can return any item within 30 days and we will refund you the full purchase price.