Allan Scharff ALLIANCE bangle - sterling silver - Georg Jensen
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  • Effy Diamond (1/5 ct. t.w.) Sterling Silver and 18k Gold Bangle
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    A time-transcending classic. This striking, meticulously crafted bangle bracelet boasts single-cut diamonds (1/5 ct. t.w.) set in sterling silver and 18k gold. Approximate diameter: 2-1/3 inches. Silver/gol.
  • Regitze Overgaard SMITHY CUFFS bangle - sterling silver
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    The cuff is handcrafted. The bangle is shaped so it follows the shape of the wrist. The beautiful profile, edges and slightly curved inside, emphasize the exclusivity and ensure extra wearing comfort. Design year: 2013. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: S – 57 x 45 mm. M – 62 x 48 mm. L – 66 x 50 mm. Width: 26.5 mm.
  • Honora Style Cultured Freshwater Pearl Leather Bangle Bracelet (9-1/2mm)
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    Two beautiful cultured freshwater pearls (9-1/2mm) emerge from a braided leather cord on this beautiful bangle bracelet. Set in sterling silver. Approximate length: 7 inches. Black.
  • Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe Bangle 203A - sterling silver with carnelian
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    A never-before-produced piece from the Georg Jensen design archives. The bangles come with unique cut gemstones. The individual gemstones may differ slightly in size. Available as special order. Design year: 1968. Launched: 2013. Materials: Sterling silver, carnelian. Measurements: Stone - 44 x 29 mm.
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  • Effy Peridot Bangle Bracelet in 18k Gold and Sterling Silver (1 ct. t.w.)
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    Slip on instant glamour. This woven bangle bracelet from Balissima by Effy sparkles with round-cut peridot (1 ct. t.w.). Crafted in sterling silver with 18k gold trim. Approximate diameter: 2-1/3 inches. Multi.
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  • MOONRISE bracelet - 18 kt. yellow gold with amethyst
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    As the first light of night, the moon lights up in colours bright and beautiful. The vivid gemstones of the Moonrise Collection, invite you to mix and match, creating bold, colourful statements as an expression of your mood and personality. Amethyst is a linked with sincerity, security and peace of mind. The bracelet can be shortened by using the loops. Materials: 18 kt. yellow gold, amethyst Measurements: 6 mm pendant. 17.5 cm 1.5 mm pea chain Launch year: 2015.
  • Balissima by Effy Diamond Leaf Bangle Bracelet in Sterling Silver (1/2 ct. t.w.)
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    An elegant accent for your wrist. This botanical-inspired bracelet boasts a textured leaf design highlighted with a row of round-cut diamonds (1/2 ct. t.w.). Fashioned in sterling silver. From Effy. Approximate diameter: 2 inches. Silver.
  • DUNE bangle - 18 kt. rose gold with cinnamon diamonds
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    Inspired by dramatic windswept landscapes, Dune’s beautifully contoured jewellery is articulated through a poetic and organic design language. Natural, soft shapes edged with diamonds, flow gracefully across the feminine form. Taking its cue from the subtle curve of sand dunes, Dune is the story of the power and grace of nature. Design year: 2014. Materials: 18 kt. rose gold, prong set cinnamon diamonds total: S - 0.97 ct. M - 1.20 cts. L - 1.23 cts Measurements: Measurements: S - 48 x 52 mm. M - 49 x 56 mm. L - 51 x 60 mm.
  • Judith Jack Sterling Silver Marcasite Bangle Bracelet
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    Tiny marcasite accents are artfully set between gleaming silver circles on this bangle bracelet by Judith Jack. Crafted of sterling silver. Approximate diameter: 2-1/2 inches. Silver.
  • Pre-owned Georg Jensen Bracelet No 73 by Sigvard Bernadotte
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    1950-1959 Sterling Silver Georg Jensen Link Bracelets. From our unique collection of Bracelets, this Georg Jensen piece is offered for sale online by Gallery 925. Global shipping is available. Georg Jensen Bracelet No 73 by Sigvard Bernadotte Stunning curved solid segments hinged together beautifully. Heavy. In excellent original condition. Sigvard Bernadotte (1907 - 2002) was a Swedish prince, the second son of King Gustav VI of Sweden. He was also the brother of Queen Ingrid of Denmark. As a young man, he wished to become an actor, but his father and grandfather were against it. Thus deterred, he went on to study art history at Sweden’s Uppsala University. His interest in drawing and painting developed during this period and, in 1929, after completing his degree at Uppsala, he enrolled in the School of Decorative Arts, in Stockholm. In 1930, he attended the Stockholm Exhibition and was greatly affected by what he saw there. Bernadotte’s connection with the Georg Jensen Silversmithy began in 1930. His talent as a designer was recognized by Jorgen Jensen, Georg Jensen’s second son who was then living in Stockholm, and by Niels Wendel, a Swede who was a partner in the Jensen firm. Wendel passed along a recommendation to the Silversmithy general manager and Bernadotte was offered a contract to design for the company. The designs Bernadotte created for the Silversmithy represented a completely new look for the firm. Thoroughly modern, they are characterized by an emphasis on form. Bernadotte had a predilection for classic geometric shapes, especially cylinders, funnels and spheres. There is also a strong element of streamlining in his work. Ornamentation is restrained and is generally confined to straight, often parallel, incised lines. His work, which is readily identifiable, consistently exudes a cool, understated elegance. Excerpt from Georg Jensen Holloware, The Silver Fund Collection.
  • Cultured Freshwater Pearl Multi-Cord Bracelet in Sterling Silver (8mm)
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    Take a polished approach to accessorizing with this multi-cord bangle bracelet. Set is sterling silver with a metallic polyester finish, cultured freshwater pearls (8mm) complete the look. Approximate diameter: 2-1/2 inches.
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  • ARCHIVE COLLECTION bracelet - sterling silver
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    The Archive collection is a carefully curated selection of iconic jewellery pieces from our fantastic archive. The unique collection comprises pieces from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s that perfectly encapsulate contemporary design sensibilities with a nostalgic nod to the past. The design of the bracelet is inspired by Arno Malinowski's design no. 110 from 1956. The bracelet has an integrated lock. Materials: Oxidated sterling silver Measurements: W: 3 cm. S/M: 16.5 cm. M/L: 19 cm Launch year: 2015.
  • Sterling Silver Bracelet Multistone Rainbow Bangle Bracelet (8 ct. t.w.)
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    A resplendent rainbow, right on your wrist! This bracelet dazzles with princess-cut blue topaz (3/8 ct. t.w.), iolite (1/4 ct. t.w.), amethyst (1/3 ct. t.w.), rhodolite (1/2 ct. t.w.), citrine (1/2 ct. t.w.) and peridot (1/3 ct. t.w.) for a stunning statement. Set in sterling silver. Approximate diameter: 2-1/4 inches. Multi.
  • Pre-owned Georg Jensen "Mobius" Bracelet No. 206 by Vivianna Torun
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    1960-1969 Sterling Silver Georg Jensen Bangles. From our unique collection of Bracelets, this Georg Jensen piece is offered for sale online by Gallery 925. Global shipping is available. Georg Jensen "Mobius" Bracelet No. 206 by Vivianna Torun. An iconic design that is beautifully sculptural. Excellent condition. Handmade. Dimensions: Interior: 2.75" x 2.25" Width of bangle: 0.88 Vivianna Torun Bio: Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube, know as Torun was born on December 7, 1927 in Malmo, Sweden. An exhibition of Torun jewelry was held at the Picasso museum in Antibes from 1958 to 1960. In 1961, Torun won the Lunning Prize which was awarded from 1951 to the 1970s to someone who had "pioneered a unique artistic contribution". On November 5, 1992, Torun was awarded the Prince Eugen medal by King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden. The medal ia bestowed for outstanding artistic achievement. In September of 1992 Georg Jensen in Copenhagen held an exhibition to celebrate 25 years of Torun's association with the company, 45 years of working with silver and her 65th birthday. From October 1992 to January 1993, the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in the Louvre held a 45 year retrospective of Torun's work.
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  • Sis by Simone I Smith Platinum over Sterling Silver Bracelet Crystal and Purple Lucite Bangle
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    Vibrant in violet tones. Sis by Simone I Smith's bangle bracelet makes a colorful splash with purple lucite and clear crystals complementing the look. Set in platinum over sterling silver. Approximate length: 8 inches.
  • Pre-owned Georg Jensen Bangle No. 230 by Vivianna Torun
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    1970-1979 Sterling Silver Georg Jensen Clamper Bracelets. From our unique collection of Bracelets, this Georg Jensen piece is offered for sale online by Gallery 925. Global shipping is available. Georg Jensen Bangle No. 230 by Vivianna Torun. Modernist design with an oval "Lozenge " silver stone. Sterling silver. Fits a medium to large wrist. Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube, know as Torun was born on December 7, 1927 in Malmo, Sweden. Her father was director of town planning in Malmo and her mother was a sculptor. Torun was the youngest of four children, born after a gap of nine years. All four children pursued artistic careers with a brother and sister becoming architects and another sister, a poet. But it was Torun who became the most famous, as the first woman silversmith in the world to gain international recognition. Torun studied at Konstfack, the School of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm, beginning in 1945 while pregnant with her first child, Pia. Eventually she married the child's father, a Danish journalism student. In 1948, Torun spent the summer in Paris meeting Picasso, Braque, Matisse and the other great artists of the day. She married a French architect and lived in Stockholm until 1956 having a second child, a son, Claude. As early as 1952, Torun exhibited her jewelry, made both in Stockholm and France (and bearing hallmarks from each country) in Paris. In 1956, Torun and her husband divorced and she lost custody of her son. She moved to France with her third husband, Walter Coleman, an Afro-American painter, meeting many of the jazz greats of that time. She designed jewelry for among others, Billie Holiday which Holiday wore when she performed. The couple moved to Biot in the south of France in 1958 to avoid political problems they were encountering in Paris as a result of the war in Algeria.Torun produced many pieces during this period when young Swedish silversmiths would come to work in her studio, introducing her to new techniques. Torun renewed her acquaintance with Picasso who lived in the area and an exhibition of Torun jewelry was held at the Picasso museum in Antibes from 1958 to 1960. Torun had two children with Walter, Ira and Marcia. In 1965, her marriage broke up and in 1966, she became involved with the Subud spiritual movement, an association which continues to today. In 1961, Torun won the Lunning Prize which was awarded from 1951 to the 1970s to someone who had "pioneered a unique artistic contribution". In 1968, she moved to Wolfsburg Germany and in 1975 to the neighboring village of Wendhausen to be closer to the Subud community. She had a workshop and worked with other artists in an association called "Die Schwinge".Beginning in 1967, Torun's production was taken over by Georg Jensen silver. Since moving to Germany, Torun has worked on things other than jewelry including cutlery, chinaware and handbags. In 1978, Torun moved to Indonesia where she still lives. On November 5, 1992, Torun was awarded the Prince Eugen medal by King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden. The medal ia bestowed for outstanding artistic achievement. In September of 1992 Georg Jensen in Copenhagen held an exhibition to celebrate 25 years of Torun's association with the company, 45 years of working with silver and her 65th birthday. From October 1992 to January 1993, the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in the Louvre held a 45 year retrospective of Torun's work.
  • Sis by Simone I Smith White Crystal Greek Key Bangle Bracelet in 18k Gold over Sterling Silver
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    Glamour for a goddess. This bangle bracelet from Sis by Simone I Smith flaunts cutout Greek key symbols in 18k gold over sterling silver. Sparkling white crystals complete the look. Approximate length: 7-1/2 inches.
  • Pre-owned Georg Jensen solid silver oval cabochon panel bracelet
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    1970-1979 Silver Georg Jensen Link Bracelets. From our unique collection of Art Deco Bracelets, this Georg Jensen piece is offered for sale online by Antiques-Art-Design. Global shipping is available. A very rare bracelet of 7 panels of an oval silver cabochon bezel set in a stepped setting with rectangular lugs and a wide domed link between. - marked with post 1945 marks for Georg Jensen of Copenhagen and design number 52 designed by Harald Nielsen - total weight 66grms - wearable length 180mm - maximum width 22mm - c.1970 Denmark
  • Sterling Silver Bracelet Sapphire (3-3/4 ct. t.w.) and Diamond (1/4 ct. t.w.) Heart Bangle
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    Love is all around us. Share the gift with this stunning, sparkling bangle with intricate heart detailing. Crafted in sterling silver with round-cut sapphires (3-3/4 ct. t.w.) and diamonds (1/4 ct. t.w.). Approximate diameter: 2-1/2 inches. Blue.
  • MOONLIGHT GRAPES bangle - sterling silver
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    Originating from Georg Jensen designs from the early 1900’s Art Nouveau period, the Moonlight Grapes collection gives the iconic grape motif a modern and contemporary twist. Sculptural and feminine, this collection inspires beauty in the powerful women who wear it. Materials: Oxidated sterling silver Measurements: Circumference: S: 14.5 cm. M: 15.5 cm. L: 16 cm Launch year: 2015.

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