Modernist jewelry is considered "wearable art." American Modernist jewelry was in full force after WWII. The emphasis is rather on design and craftsmanship than materials. Ceramics were extremely important in the Modernist movement, and were employed in various visual disciplines, even architecture. As the early 20th century Spanish architect, Antonio Guadi, said of his use of ceramic tiles in his dazzling architecture, "color is the sign of life."
This fifties modernist silver plated bracelet is striking with its moody appeal. It is handmade and hand-hammered. It measures 8" long, and has a toggle closure, so it will fit on the wrist comfortably. Each linked section measures about 1 1/4" long. Glazed pink and blue 13mm art glass cabochons are bezel-set and they are in very good condition. They have a stormy sky appeal. Because of the soldering of the bezels, the surface coloration of the silver around them is darker.
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