Superb Theodor Fahrner Art Moderne Bracelet ~ Sterling Silver ~ 1950s

This stunning Theodor Fahrner bracelet is an example of his Art Moderne style - a later period of the Art Deco style produced in the 1940s to 50s. Fahrner began in Germany in 1855, creating jewelry of Art Nouveau or Jugendstil style. The designs were later inspired by the major European Art movement or Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Art Moderne.

The bracelet has a design reminiscent of simplified flower petals in beautifully textured sterling silver. Each of the flowers has stamens at the center. The effect is delicate and bold at once ~ just wonderful.

The clasp is marked TF (linked & circled), 925 in a cartouche ~ the mark TF in a circle was used from 1901. The clasp is a secure tongue and groove catch with an original safety chain. Dimensions are : 7 3/8 inches in length and 1 3/8 inches wide; weight is 54.0 grams. Condition is superb with the textured silver having even patina.

This is a stunning and very collectible Theodor Fahrner bracelet, showing his elegant craftsmanship. Theodor Fahrner designs are very sought after by collectors.

Item ID: AJ-509


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Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Silver, Size: 7.375 x 1.375

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Andie Pasqualini, Victoria, Australia   

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