Elegant, chic, edgy. This bangle undoubtedly adorned the wrist of a noble woman around two centuries ago, and today belongs on the wrists of our own noble women: the smart, the stylish, the self-made. Over two carats of rose cut diamonds sparkle with a subtle glow in 14k yellow gold. The five largest of them are set into a gorgeous marquis shaped 'navette' in the center. Three smaller diamonds flank the marquis on either side in upturned squares, complimenting the navette shape perfectly. Clean lines make up the open metal work throughout, contrasting the prominence of the navette center perfectly with a bit of air. This bangle, made between 1800 and 1830, is humbly among our greatest, deserving of a great wrist. The navette in the center measures 1 inch by 3/8 inch, while the majority of the bangle is 1/4 inch wide. The bracelet measures 6 3/4 inches around, fitting an average sized wrist.