This exquisite little bracelet was probably made in France or Austria during the second half of the 19th c. So beautiful, it might have been made for a princess. Tested for platinum and 15Kt gold, it is unsigned, but obviously the work of a master jeweler. It is all original (the safety chain with diamond was added by my jeweler ... just to play it safe). Everything is in great condition. No stones missing. All diamonds are old rose cuts. The emeralds are a gorgeous green. Stones are very small, the biggest ones being the 3 collet set diamonds, which are only about 6-7 points each. They sparkle like crazy (probably very good quality, though hard to determine in their settings). The eternity-shape links are set off with adorable flowers with little emeralds in their centers. The diamond-set links measure just over 3 1/4" long, and the entire bracelet length is 6 1/2" long (made for a small wrist). So, in effect, the top half is diamond studded, while the bottom half is made up of interesting links (and 2 extenders) in platinum and 15Kt gold as well. There is a small diamond in the safety chain. The width (at widest point) of the bracelet is 8 mm. (about 1/3"). It weighs 5 grams. The bracelet is in its own box from R.S. & A.P. Cufflin, Watchmakers & Jewellers, Islington Green, London and Westow Hill, Upper Norwood. Box is brown paper or leather covered and blue silk and purple velvet lined.