Filigree silver pendant (stamped 925 and maker's mark two entwined rings) from the 1930/40s from the Adolf Regelmann studio, Stuttgart. Designed by Toni Koy (Königsberg), a representative of the Bauhaus tradition.
The large pendant is made of fine silver wires that are concentrically soldered together. Seventeen silver balls lie unevenly distributed over the bands. A large, wide eyelet offers space for many types of chains.
The pictured chain is not included. If you need a chain to this piece of jewelry, please write to us, we will be happy to advise you.
- Condition: Good Codition with slight signs of wear.
- Material: Silver 925
- Pendant length (with loop): 5 cm
- Pendant width: 4.4 cm
- Weight: 7,9 g