Bracelet, Email-cloisonné, 1950s

Wide link bracelet, chromium-plated metal, six slightly arched rectangles with abstract designs in email-cloisonné, depicting sea world motifs: stylized fishes, sea flowers and shells.

Enamelling in glossy different copper tones: between orange, red and violet, on a white matt fond, finishing with a translucent glaze. Notched clasp, the reverse side is blue enamel with spots.

Maker unknown, ca. 1950.
Measure: 6.9” l. x 0,6” w. (L.17,6 cm, B.1,5 cm)
Condition: Fissures (no cracks) in the glaze, at one point a very small ship.

EUR 180,00 inkl. MwSt.

Includes 19% Mwst.
Delivery Time: ca. 3-4 Werktage nach Zahlungseingang

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This style was produced prior to, and following the Second World War. The enamelling of chrome bracelets with geometric and naïve designs was a popular treatment. They were hand-made and were a step up artistically from the mass-produced chrome and Bakelite lines.

Comparable works came from the Perli-Werkstatt in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Kollmar & Jourdan in Pforzheim and A.G. Bunge in München.

Cp.: Ginger Moro: European Designer Jewelry, 1995, p.134f.; Ch. Weber, R. Möller: Mode und Modeschmuck 1920-1970 in Deutschland, Stuttgart 1999, p.154.

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Weight 1 kg


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