Top piece tests as platinum with five round sapphires. Diamonds are old mine cuts, approx. 1 1/2 cwt. This part has separated and needs to be reattached to the bracelet. Bracelet tests as 14kt yellow gold. It has a blue enameled design some of which are damaged. Weight of 14kt gold part is 27.9 grams and platinum part is 13.2 grams. Has a safety chain. One inch width at widest part- 2 1/4 inch inside diameter, opens to fit over hand.
Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry, and I sincerely apologize for the delay. This bracelet appears to have been made around the turn of the 20th century. It is of a very high quality make, and the styling and ornamentation is also of top quality. The execution of the symmetrical design shows considerable skill. The stone settings are all sound, and none of the stones appear to be damaged. The milgrain edges on the platinum are still crisp, as is the engraving on the gold. The enameling is intact as well, and well executed by the maker. Rejoining the piece appears to be a relatively simple and task, as there is no major damage to either component, and does not majorly affect the value. Given the condition of this piece, and completed auctions of similar items, a fair market estimation is 5,000-5,500 dollars. Please reach out with any questions.