A trio of untreated Colombian emeralds totaling 5.88 carats are set in this Edwardian-period bracelet. The gemstones are certified by the American Gemological Laboratories as being both Colombian and untreated, meaning no oil has been used to improve their clarity. The coveted gemstones are set in yellow gold with diamonds totaling approximately 8.50 carats.
The Edwardian era derives its name from the reign of the English monarch Edward VII, a man with a renowned inclination for luxury. Edwardian jewelry design emerged on the tail end of la Belle Époque
, and these delicate pieces truly epitomize the "beautiful age" in which they were born. Jewelers borrowed the graceful, fluid lines of the Art Nouveau and married them to traditional motifs; the present piece is a stunning representation of this highly coveted style.Download the Certification