Diamond Bangle in 18ct White/Rose/Yellow Gold 
Brilliant Cut Diamonds: total weight 4.50ct approximately
Size: 20cm
Date: circa 1990
PRICE: £5,750
Stock No: SHAPb 12
Special Features: Hardness Diamond 10 ( Mohs Scale 1-10 ). The Diamonds are flexible on the bracelet and moving left and right. Bangles were popular  in the 1990s, especially if wide and chunky. 
Diamond Line Bracelet in 18ct White Gold
Brilliant Cut Diamonds: 8.20ct approximately 
Date: circa 1960
Length: 6.9inch / 17.5cm 
PRICE: £8,950
Stock No: SHAPb 10
Special Features: Bracelet has Italian Marks and it has 46 Diamonds with a Good Sparkle. Diamond Hardness 10 (Mohs scale 1-10 ) 

9ct Yellow Gold curb Bracelet

Weight: 31.3gm/1.10oz
Length:
 8.26inch/21cm
Date: London 1970
PRICE: £1,250
Stock no: SHAPb 9
Special Features: In 1890s curb link bracelets were in vogue and then in 1970s large, chunky curb chains became popular in yellow Gold. What is the difference between Curb Bracelet and Gate Bracelet ? Curb Bracelet is a Curb chain links that have been flattened and twisted and interlock tightly together to form a chain. Gate Bracelet, it is said that the panels of the Gate Bracelets imitating the gates and fences of English county Estates and Castles.

9ct Yellow Gold Victorian Gate Bracelet

Weight: 17.4gm/0.61oz
Length:
20.5cm/8inch 

Date: circa 1890
PRICE: £1,250
Stock no: SHAPb 8
Special Features: In 1880s & 1890s Bracelets continued to be worn in numbers, as many as four on each arm. It is said that the reason these Bracelets were given was because one wanted their lover or wife to know that they loved them a lot with the heart shaped padlock.

 

18ct Yellow Gold & Platinum Ruby & Diamond stone set Bracelet
Ruby:  0.80ct approximately 
Diamonds: 1.80ct approximately
Length: 6.69inch/ 17cm
DATE: circa 1905
PRICE: £4,750
Stock no: SHAPb 7
Special Features: In Edwardian Period new design, of course, appeared, but rather than a break with tradition, they were, once more, elaborations of old themes. The chain part of the bracelet is Original and Typical of Edwardian Period (1901-1910). Hardness  Ruby is 9, Diamond is 10 ( Mohs scale 1-10 ).