Gertrud Fries-Arauner was one of the most creative and artistic women in Germany, and the first Bavarian goldsmith master. Her early pieces have been oriented very often in geometric and plant motifs and she won many prizes during her lifetime. A goldsmiths was founded by Gertrud Fries-Arauner in 1932 in the city of Augsburg. She was a personality who has helped to shape through their craftsmanship and their artistic creativity through more than half a century, the style and taste perception of the city of Augsburg. The goldsmith is now run by the third generation of Christof Lachenmann frieze. Her enamel jewelry is extraordinary and from the point of artistic richness of ideas is probably the best the enamel market of the 50s. This is a lovely example of her work. It is an enamel bracelet with 7 section, each with a flower or leaf done in rich enamel work with raised ridges. Underneath is a deep copper colored translucent enamel. The leaves are in green and flowers are red, yellow and blue. Metal gilt. It is signed on the back of the clasp. In excellent condition. Length of the bracelet : 7.5" Width of the bracelet: 0.78" Non-smoking household.
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