Rare Russian Diamond Gold Bracelet by IGNATIEV, St. Petersburg, circa 1840
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This superb Russian bracelet from the reign of Tsar Nicholas I (1825-1855) is set with approximately 6 carats of diamonds forming a foliate and scrolling design. The diamond mount sits on a tiered openwork gold gallery typical of the period and forms the detacheable centerpiece of the bracelet.
In wonderful original condition this historical bracelet from St. Petersburg was most likely commissioned by a member of the Tsars court or the aristocracy.
by the imperial goldsmith Andrei Ignatievich Ignatiev, circa 1840, stamped with the makers Cyrillic initials A.I., 56 , the Russian gold standard for 14k and the crossed anchor and scepter for St. Petersburg.
7 1/4 in (18.4 cm.) long; 7/8 in. (2.2 cm.) wide; the clasp 1 in, (2.5 cm.) wide.
Price on request.
Few examples of Russian Nicholas I period jewelry surface in the West.
Marie E. Betteley
- Lewiston, New York
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- Circa 1840
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- Very good