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Overall H: 9.8 cm, W: 9.2 cm, Diam: 4.7 cm
Not on Display
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Colorless and transparent red lead and non-lead glasses; matte black, silver-gray, and golden metals; three pieces of glass ground, polished, adhered together (Loctite Glassbonder 350), fabricated metal parts lathe-turned and anodised. Assymetrical bracelet formed of large "C" curved silver-colored aluminum band with flattened sides, beveled ends fastened with pins to smaller black "C" curved metal band (this curve can be rotated on pins); centered and floating on two pins within smaller curve is rotatable unit consisting of circle of titanium (anodized gold) framing red glass disc faced at right angles with opposing laminated solid colorless glass cones; inscribed on center interior of large metal "C": "M/M 86".
Zwinkels, Marijke C., Source
Schmuck Europa
Art Fair
Title Unknown (Galerie Neon)
Galerie Neon 1988 through 1988
Stilstaan bij beweging
Schoonhoven 1987 through 1987
Title Unknown (Stipendia, Amsterdam)
Stipendia, Amsterdam 1987 through 1987
The Hague, Gallerie Rob van den Doel, 1986
Galerie Rob van den Doel 1986 through 1986