Sunday, October 5, 2014

Fred Leighton's bracelet collection

A simple search on the internet can return amazing results to you. Be it images or stories, they can inspire you or simply amaze you. It’s such a pleasure to discover virtual springs of beauty and good taste, don’t you think? This is how I felt as I was looking through the collections of Fred Leighton a couple of days ago. Oh, how many beautiful pieces it has to offer!

Just look at these bracelets made between 1860 and 1940s and you’ll see what I mean.

14 Karat Green and Rose Gold Retro Bracelet, circa 1940s
Enamel, Ruby and Diamond Bracelet, circa 1907
Art Nouveau Blue Enamel Bird Motif Bracelet by Carter Gough, circa 1900
Amethyst, Pearl and Enamel Bangle by Carlo Giuliano, circa 1890
Antique Archeological Revival Jeweled Bracelet, circa 1860

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At October 16, 2014 at 1:59 PM , Blogger sophie evans said...

These bracelets are authentic pieces of art. Knowing that their history goes back to 5000 BC makes them even more interesting. Take a look!


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