This sterling silver David-Andersen bracelet is composed of ten double-leaf links for a nice drape when worn. Made in several different colors, this is a wonderful shade of golden yellow not seen very often. I have always thought that several of these bracelets in different colors worn together would look lovely! The glass enamel is in excellent condition. The underlying guilloche pattern in the silver is a subtle veining in the leaves. The sterling is gold-washed, and the finish is also in very good condition. This is one of the lines designed by Willy Winnaess in the 1950s.
The bracelet has a box clasp in good working order. In addition to the Winnaess mark of a W in a circle, the back of the clasp is also marked with the D-A scales maker mark in a circle, D-A, Sterling, and Norway.
Measures approximately 7” in wearable length by 1/2" wide. It's shown beside a ruler and with a dime in the final photos for length and scale.
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David-Andersen D-A Double-Leaf Bracelet – Sterling Silver and Golden Yellow Guilloche Enamel
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