Antique filigree bracelets were popular during the Art Deco design period (1920-1940). Antique filigree bracelets were crafted to be as unique and personal as a signature. The open work filigree might have similar themes but if you look closely you will not find two of these bracelets to be absolutely identical. This piece is 14K white gold and features three Old European cut diamonds. This bracelet has a total combined diamond weight of approximately 0.30 carats. The intricate white gold filigree features a charming floral motif along with extensive antique hand engravings. Sometimes these bracelets were sold as “add a diamond” bracelets. They were made with one or two gemstones and one would add more for special occasions. Very rarely we will find one complete; a diamond added to each link. This filigree bracelet measures approximately 7 & 1/4th of an inch in length making it perfect for an average sized ladies wrist; 7 inches or smaller.