A lovely Art Nouveau style silver cuff from the mid 20th century.
Dating back to the 1950`s this silver bracelet is highly decorative and is adorned with a playful composition of flowers, acorns, strawberries, oranges and pineapples. Made in a very precise manner, the ba-relief off the composition has a charming detail to it.
The cuff is initially marked "Sterling" at the lock, but it was also marked later on when it was imported to the Netherlands - as "ZII" - a standard mark after 1953 which certifies silver grade of min 835/1000. There is also a makers` stamp BZ+ (with inverted Z).
Overall an amazingly preserved bracelet and an absolutely wearable vintage piece. Will look great when worn alone or stacked. Ready for it`s second life in your capable hands!
Internal diameter: 7 x 6.5 cm;
Hallmarks: ZII, BZ+ and "Sterling";
Overall length: 14 cm;
Weight: 24.4 grams;
Condition: excellent! no discoloration or wear of silver. Extra security clasp on a lock - holds perfectly.
Please note, that the other bracelet shown on the group pictures is not included in your purchase and can be seen in a separate listing in my shop.
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