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Raymond Yard 1940s Diamond Ruby Bracelet

Raymond Yard 1940s Diamond Ruby Bracelet


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Availability:1 in stock


This elegant and extremely wearable 1940s bracelet by Raymond Yard is designed with 15 platinum oval links connected with curved links alternatively set with square cut “ Pigeon Blood “ red rubies and extremely white round brilliant cut diamonds. This very well hand crafted and flexible bracelet fits comfortably on every woman’s wrist and the combination of beautiful red and sparkling white makes this a “happy“ piece of jewelry for every day wear.

This bracelet is in incredible condition, with no abrasions to the rubies or diamonds and nearly no wear marks on the platinum part of this bracelet. The previous owner must have cherished it so much, having taken such extreme care of it. The basically perfect condition of this bracelet makes it an extremely collectible piece of jewelry by one of the famous American jewelers of this era.

Raymond Yard started his firm in the early 1930s and was known for his fine platinum work using only the highest quality gemstones. He was the jeweler to famous clients such as Rockefeller, DuPont, Woolworth and many more. Raymond Yard retired in 1958 and his firm was then led by Robert Gibson until 1989.

– 15 Round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approx. 1.05cts total

– 20 Square cut Rubies weighing approx. 3cts total

– 7” long

– 0.25”wide

– Signed Yard

– Scratch number 1272

– 24.9 grams

– 16 dwt