Bracelet, Tombac, Karl Schibensky, ca. 1955, Germany

Bracelet, tombac, five rectangles with matt enamel red triangles, orange squares, black fond, in email-cloisonné, notched clasp.

Design and manufactured: Silversmith Karl Schibensky, Saarbrücken, Germany, ca. 1955.
Signed: “S” in a circle on the reverse in translucent enamel.
Measure: 7,48” l., 0,39” w. (L.18,9 cm, B. 1 cm)

Conditon: best conditon.

EUR 180,00 inkl. MwSt.

Includes 19% Mwst.

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The silversmith Karl Schibensky let the old and new technologies of the enamels revive.

The design with rich color-contrasts and geometrical figures was very popular in the twenties and thirties and closed to Bauhaus Design.

This technique got a revival with an easily changed color-scale after the second world war.

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

Lit.: Beate Dr-v. Zezschwitz und Graham Dry: Deutsche und Österreichiche Schmuckarbeiten, 1991, p.98f.; 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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