This bracelet is a truly remarkable find that we believe to be one of a kind. This bracelet was made by a New York firm called Day Clark & Co. that was active from 1896 to 1915 during the height of the Yogo Gulch mine's success. Sapphires from Yogo Gulch, Montana are amongst the rarest and most lovely found anywhere in the world. Struck with Roman coins, the design of the bracelet makes it even more unusual. This bracelet is a wonderful piece of American jewelry history that should be enjoyed for many decades to come.
Era: Early 20th century (1907)
Marks: 14K, Day Clark & Co Barbell trademark.
Inscription: GVW Easter 1907
Composition: 14K Gold
Primary Stone: Sapphire, Yogo Gulch Montana. Lab report upon buyer's request.
Stone Carat Weight: 1.50 cttw (5 stones of 0.30ct ea.)
Size: Will fit up to a 7-inch wrist comfortably.
Weight: 31.9 Grams
Condition: Good, some minor wear commensurate with age. See photos. Impressions on the interior of the bangle are from the coin motif and are not damage.