Theodor Fahrner bracelet in vibrant colored enamels and gilt sterling filigree, Germany, Deco 1940s. Prominently featured in the definitive book on Fahrner, "Theodor Fahrner Jewelry...Between Avantgarde and Tradition" (Hase-Schmundt et al), this striking bracelet combines soldered corded wire, "millegriff" technique flower plaques, gorgeous enamels, and gilded silver. There are six round, concave plaques with open-worked "petals". Each flower center combines translucent turquoise, lilac, and red enamel with silver in a complex pattern. The plaques are connected with double links and the clasp is a hook-type that you squeeze to open and close. The bracelet measures 7-1/4" by 1" and is surprisingly light in weight at 32.3g. It is marked TF Sterling Germany on the reverse and the condition is excellent with no losses or damage. The front looks silver in color while the back shows more of the pale gold wash.
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