Enchanting Art Nouveau filigree bracelet in silver (stamped 935 and maker's mark TU) with twelve rhodolites by Theodor Ungerer, Pforzheim from around 1910.
The delicate filigree necklace is composed of twelve handmade links in two alternating shapes. The larger, elongated elements of slightly waisted octagons are filled by four S-shaped silver scrolls holding a garnet of luminous pink (rhodolite) in a bezel setting. The smaller intermediate elements of waisted open squares are also set with a rhodolite.
The clasp is an elegantly hidden plug-in mechanism, which is additionally secured by a firmly attached chain.
- Condition: Good condition with traces of use (one stone is minimally damaged).
- Material: Silver 935
- Stones: Rhodolite (pink garnet)
- Stone Size: Diameter 0.5 cm each
- Length: 18 cm
- Width: 0.9 cm
- Weight: 10.1 g
Please be sure to measure the strength of your wrist or the length of an already fitting bracelet!