In good condition, with very minor surface wear to the mounting commensurate with age. Stamped Platinum. The 10 emerald-cut diamonds stated to weigh 21.16 carats starting from the female end of the clasp: 1.34 carats, approximately F-G color, VS-SI clarity; 1.47 carats, approximately E-F color, VVS clarity; 1.52 carats, approximately F-G color, VVS clarity; 1.76 carats, approximately F-G color, VVS-VS clarity; 4.14 carats, F color, VS1 clarity (certed); 1.85 carats, approximately F-G color, VVS clarity; 3.53 carats, I color, VS2 clarity (certed); 2.01 carats, approximately F-G color, VVS clarity; 2.05 carats, approximately E-F color, VVS clarity; 1.50 carats, approximately F-G color, VVS clarity. The 60 marquise-shaped diamonds stated to weigh 25.33 carats; the 70 round diamonds stated to weigh 26.38 carats; the diamonds are approximately E-H color, predominantly VVS-VS clarity with a few SI clarity examples. Clasp closes securely and is fitted with a safety catch which would benefit from being adjusted by a jeweler. Maximum width of bracelet approximately 1¼ inch. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from David Webb dated March 10, 2020. Accompanied by an appraisal from David Webb dated November 27, 1968. Accompanied by two GIA reports: No. 5202849343 dated January 15, 2020 stating that the diamond weighing 4.14 carats is F color, VS1 clarity. No. 6203849941 dated January 16, 2020 stating that the diamond weighing 3.53 carats is I color, VS2 clarity.
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