In Victorian times, bracelets were often worn in pairs while in Edwardian times they were worn in multiples. In the Art Nouveau era, scarab bracelets carved with animals, insects and sea creatures became all the rage. Antique bracelets, however, date all the way back to the ancient Romans, who favored engraved bangles, gem-set bracelets, hollow gold bead bracelets and twisted coil bracelets.
Our Antique Bracelet Collection
As you browse our assortment of antique bracelets, you'll find pearl bracelets, Art Deco bracelets and diamond bracelets. You'll also discover bracelets enhanced with a multitude of gemstones, including rubies and sapphires. As for settings, filigree, white gold, yellow gold and platinum are all represented. No matter your recipient's age, jewelry preference or favored gemstone, you'll find a Topazery bracelet to suit her personal style.
Angelic arcs of diamond brilliance radiate from the center of this hand-wrought vintage bracelet. A single cut diamond that is flanked by a pair of step cut blue sapphires is the focus of attention in each ethereal link. An additional forty-two old-style rose and table cut diamonds add shimmer to this vintage bracelet's rainbow and shooting star elements. All the diamonds combined weigh 0.35 carats. Circa 1950
Maple leaves dance around her wrist in this charming antique bracelet. The vein and frond details of the maple leaves are so lifelike they resemble actual leaves dipped in gold. The 18k yellow gold double links of this antique bracelet are separated by shimmering dollops. This late Victorian bracelet secures around the wrist with a concealed box clasp with safety chain. Circa 1900
A pair of marquise rubies floats romantically down the center of this Art Deco filigree bracelet. An old style full cut diamond is square set at the center of the 14k white gold filigree. Flanking this 0.09-carat diamond are two red marquise rubies that total 0.20 carats of gemstone weight. A concealed box clasp and a safety chain secure this Art Deco bracelet. Circa 1930
Metallic fringe and a decorative fleur de lis lend graceful charm to this Victorian inspired vintage bracelet. This vintage bracelet is made of 14k yellow gold. The textured surface of the band culminates in an ornately carved end piece. A gold tassel flirtatiously drips from its edge. Three natural creamy half pearls flitter down the center and add a touch of elegance to vintage bracelets like this one. Circa 1960 or later
In estate bracelets like this one, white and yellow gold filigree wraps the wrist with lacey four-pointed stars. Four-pointed stars sit inside gold four-leaf-clover filigreed links. Each of the eighteen stars that encircle the wrist is centered with a round brilliant cut diamond. An additional 144 diamonds accent the points. The total diamond weight of this estate bracelet is 0.92. Circa 2009
Antique pearl and diamond bracelets in 14k yellow gold wrap the wrist in classic elegance.Three cream-colored oval freshwater pearls are interspersed between diamond bars. The twenty-four old mine cut diamonds that accent this bracelet are set in white gold top plates and total 0.03 carats. A safety chain adds security. Circa 1900.
Add an elegant touch to your wrist with this dreamy Edwardian bracelet. The 14k yellow gold bangle is clad in platinum at the top. Here, the metallic elements come together in an hourglass design. A collection of 32 old European, old style single and rose cut diamonds add 0.69 carats of shimmer. In the center of this Edwardian bracelet is an oval faceted mixed cut blue sapphire that weighs 0.64 carats. Circa 1915 or later
Diamonds and sapphires create a delicate pattern of lace for the wrist in this 14 white gold Art Deco filigree bracelet. There are 18 filigree links that join the center filigree oval. Nine old European cut diamonds are set in square illusion plates. The center diamond is accented by two synthetic blue sapphires. Circa 1940.
The brilliant fireworks of an exploding star captivate the eye in this filigree and diamond bracelet. The chain links of this filigree bracelet are constructed of 18k yellow gold. The diamond-set filigree center is capped with platinum. Accented with nine old style single and rose cut diamonds, this filigree bracelet has a total diamond weight of 0.095 carats. Circa 1990s or later.
The airy daintiness of Queen Anne's Lace encircles the wrist in this Art Deco filigree sapphire bracelet. The two rectangular faceted mixed cut blue sapphires that accentuate this bracelet add bright touches of color. The combined sapphire weight is 0.69 carats. A 0.02-carat round single cut diamond is rhomboid set between the sapphires. Flowery filigree work lends a delicate backdrop to this 14k white gold Art Deco filigree sapphire bracelet. Circa 1925
The captivating natural beauty of orange blossoms in spring is captured in this antique style bangle bracelet. Constructed of 14k white gold orange blossom flowers are carved into this bangle all the way around the bracelet. This is a new orange blossom bangle bracelet in the 1930s antique style; the bracelet has been hand finished by a Topazery Master Jeweler. From the Topazery "Vintage" Collection.
This antique diamond bracelet seals two hearts and locks them together for all eternity with its chain link connection. The 18k yellow gold base is centered with diamond-accented platinum links, which are hand-engraved with scrollwork. The nineteen diamonds that accentuate this bracelet are H colored and VVS2 to SI2 in clarity. Totaling 0.35 carats, these diamonds are round single cut. Circa 1920s and later.