Pretty flowers adorn every link of this 1920s, 10k white gold filigree bracelet. The decorative central panel holds a lab grown sapphire. The new technology of creating synthetic gemstones was all the rage in the early 20th century and therefore very popular with consumers of the era. This bracelet is by Belais, the American Jewelry manufacturer that invented and patented white gold in the US in 1918. Always well crafted with attention to detail, Belais is a cut above.
Details....The bracelet measures 7.25" long, the center measures 11mm wide and the links are 4.8mm wide. In excellent antique condition. You should always expect some wear on vintage and antique jewels, we consider it part of the charm.