Every flapper needs a touch of filigree! Filigree is a miracle in metalwork–transforming even the densest, strongest of metals, into something that's as sweet and delicate as lace! It was most popular in the 1920s, when a new class of sophisticated, independent women would adorn themselves in deco filigree dinner rings, bracelets, camphor glass pendants and drop earrings. The delicate look of filigree metal-work gave the angular deco designs a perfectly feminine flair! Here we see it beautifully handmade in platinum atop 14k white gold. The platinum top insures that the intricate filigree details will remain intact for another century and beyond. Two transitional-cut diamonds sparkle between three synthetic sapphires, all set into diamond-shaped bezels. The diamonds total a carat weight of about .08. The bracelet is all original and features a tongue in groove clasp that clicks in well and has a safety chain just in case! The bracelet measures 7 inches long, fitting an average or slightly larger wrist, and just over 1/8 inch wide.