Here is an authentic Victorian 14k rose gold, crystal opal, and diamond bracelet, of hand-made construction, circa early 20th century. The bracelet measures 6 ½” inside and comprises a cross-over rope motif set at the center with one old mine cut diamond surrounded by five oval cabochon cut opals and five round rose cut diamonds, forming a flower motif, with two square modified cut diamonds, two oval cabochon cut opals, and two round rose cut diamonds set throughout, terminating in a hidden pressure clasp with safety chain. The seven opals display blue and green pinfire play-of-color, measure an approximate average of 4.67 x 3.37 x 1.85 mm, and weigh an approximate average of .15 carats each. The old mine cut diamond is SI2 in clarity, L-M in color, measures approximately 3.59 x 3.80 mm, and weighs approximately .20 carats. The two square cut diamonds are SI2 in clarity, K-L in color, measure approximately 2.675 x 2.78 mm, and weigh approximately .10 carats each. The seven round rose cut diamonds are SI2 in clarity, K-L in color, measure an approximate average of 1.62 mm in diameter, and weigh approximately .01 carats each. Approximate total gem weight: 1.52 carats. This solid bracelet weighs 13.3 grams. Such a special find! Questions are welcomed on Bracelet-2237.