Estate jewellery - Silvertone Bracelet in flexible panels with Engravings and Etched hand painted Flowers - 26.34 grams
|Size:||180 x 18 mm|
|Total Weight (in g):||26.34|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of wear|
Vintage from early 1970s, made in Art Nouveau revival style, Silvertone flexible paneled multilinks Bracelet, decorated with detailed etchings and engravings in floral motif and hand painted flowers.
This appears to be a replica of a original Bracelet, designed by Andreas Daub, Pforzheim.
The Bracelet features beautifully engraved and fine detailed glossy rose flowers and leaves design, adorned with pinkish hand painted accents on textured base. The result is elegant and sophisticated.
This Bracelet is wrap around, strap type with 20 flexible rectangular panels and delicate strong and secure fold over clasp/ closure and smoothly polished mesh backed inside for your comfort.
Size: Bracelet is approx. 180 mm long (clasp included), approx.18mm wide and weights 26.34 grams.
Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition from estate, barely used if at all..
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|Member since:||March 25, 2016|
Quality product and service. Highly recommended!
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|Rest of Europe||$23.13|
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