ITEM: PIERRE STERLE 18K Bow Bracelet.
COMPOSITION: 18k gold.
GEM: 26 - round brilliant diamonds- approximately 2.75 carats by measurement, Clarity VS2 Color G.
CONDITION: Estate Item, excellent.
WEIGHT: 53.60 Grams.
MARKS: 18 K Gold, Modele, Sterle Paris
MEASUREMENT: 7" length X 2 - 3/8" width.
COMMENTS: Pierre Sterle Custom Diamond Bow Bracelet, Designed as a solid central stylized bow motif. This designer is very high end and sells at high end stores world wide stores like Sotheby's, Christie's auction house, Primavera Gallery. This bracelet showcases 25 round brilliant VS Diamonds, Color G set in solid 18 K yellow gold. It has a secure hidden box catch with a safety lock on the side so the pattern is continuous. Hallmarked 18k on the back of the catch, Modele, Sterle Paris. It wears beautifully and looks fabulous on the wrist. I can not express enough how exquisite this bracelet is. If you love the way luxurious feels this is the piece for you....REASONABLE OFFERS ACCEPTED. Pierre Sterlé (1905–1978) was a French jeweller, known as the 'couturier of jewellery'. Considered during his lifetime to have been an inspired innovator, he reached his apogee in the 1940s and 50's. His work with precious stones and metal - often inspired by nature - still commands strong interest at auction. His reputation was cemented when he won the De Beers Diamond Award, a major achievement in the jewellery profession, and which he won for three consecutive years, in 1953, 1954 and 1955.
It was in 1955 that Sterlé began to have his first financial difficulties. The launch of his two perfumes, Huit-huit and 2 Diam, the only ones he created, were a financial disaster. He had refused, as usual, to take into account the cost of manufacture, and as a result was forced to sell the product for below the cost price. To balance the books, he was required to separate his collection of paintings, and property north of Paris.
In 1966 he was the first jeweller invited to the Antique Dealers Biennale. He presented a life-sized Temple of Love, supported by pearl-encrusted dolphins. An exposed glass pyramid showed, on trays of white coral, a collection of jewellery inspired by nature - birds, flowers, marine life, which caused a sensation.
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