Art Deco Egyptomania bracelet


Charming bracelet or forearm bracelet with carnelian and diamonds. Art Deco jewel, Egyptomania.


Art Deco Egyptomania bracelet in 18 karats white gold. This rare bangle bracelet is adorned with a large carnelian cabochon in the center, held on each side by a yellow gold palmette and enameled in black. The palmettes are set with eight rose-cut diamonds in a white gold beaded setting. The palmette motif is emblematic of the Egyptomania period of Art Deco. Bracelet of the 1930s, France. 

Eagle head hallmark, LP goldsmith hallmark (maker for Cartier Paris), illegible signature.

Interior dimensions : 55 mm x 65 mm

Estimated weight of the carnelian : 18.64 carats
Estimated weight of the diamonds : 0.10 carat

Condition: scratches from use, slight deformation.

Weight : 16.96 gr

Historical point: Egyptomania is a phenomenon that describes the fascination for the culture and history of ancient Egypt. It is mainly during Bonaparte’s Egyptian Campaign (1798-1801) that the art of the pharaohs began to fascinate artists and collectors. Afterwards, it is with the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922, in the middle of the Art Deco period, that the fashion of Egyptomania is revived, which will then invade the world of fashion and advertising. This is mainly reflected in the shape of palmettes and lotus, the motifs in the head of pharaoh, beetle, wings of falcon.

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Art Deco Egyptomania bracelet


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