This listing is for a STUNNING 18 Karat yellow Gold bracelet mounted with three (3) oval cabochon emeralds and embellished with 3.00 carats of diamonds. This amazing bracelet was custom made for silent screen actress Thelma Parr as part of a parure designed and executed by Neiman Marcus. This ring is part of a four piece jewelry suite with a ring and two matching fur clips each being listed separately (as shown in last photo). The bracelet has a 18 Karat yellow gold mounting with the diamonds mounted in platinum and is hinged for ease in getting on and off. Marked inside bracelet "Designed and executed for Mrs. Thelma Parr by Neiman Marcus".
The bracelet was appraised by the Atlanta Gemological Laboratories in Atlanta in May 2012 with a replacement value of $32,000.00. A copy of this appraisal comes with purchase. The entire suite was appraised with a replacement value of $67,550.00. Set was purchased from an antique and jewelry Estate auction in November 2012.
The bracelet contains a three (3) oval prong set cabochon cut emeralds each measuring approximately 12.00 x 10.00 x 7.00 mm with a total weight of approximately 22.00 carats. Emeralds are rated VS-SI in Clarity. Bracelet also contains one hundred twenty-two (122) round brilliant cut and round single cut bead-set diamonds measuring approximately 1.40 mm (smallest) to approximately 2.30 mm (largest) with a total weight of approximately 3.00 carats. Diamonds average VS-SI in Clarity and G-H-I in Color.
Dimensions: The top of bracelet measures 1 5/8"(from north to south) and 2" (from east to west). Fits up to 6.5" wrist. Weighs 81.7 grams.
Condition: This AMAZING bracelet is in excellent Estate condition with no noted flaws.
Provenance: Thelma Parr was born in Oregon in 1903 and was a highly acclaimed motion picture actress considered by film critics to be one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood films. At the age of 14, Thelma moved to California with her parents and soon after the pretty brunette was discovered by producer Mack Sennett and became one of his bathing beauties. She married banjo player William E. Goman in 1925 and made her film debut that same year. Over the next three years she appeared in more than 30 short films. Although she was a gifted comedic actress, her acting career was tragically ended in March of 1928 by a car accident in which she received severe facial injuries. Ms. Parr's marriage ended two years later in 1930. She died in San Clemente CA in 2000 at age 93.
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