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Overall W: 12 cm, Th: 1.8 cm
Not on Display
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Multi-colored transparent non-lead glass (blue, green, amethyst, amber, greenish-gray); matte blue-gray and black aluminum; facet cut and polished glass, metal. Circular bracelet consisting of wide flattened aluminum band anodized blue-gray; center exterior of band has shallow channel which holds (at right angle fastened by pins) flat non-identical "zig-zag" sections of blackened metal regularly spaced; held between notches each black sections are edges of prism-cut faceted square or rectangular glass "gems" in various colors, glass is raised above metal band and held in place by tension between black metal sections; short "clasp" of gray tubular metal between two of black metal.
Zwinkels, Marijke C., Source
Schmuck Europa
Stedelijk Museum 1990 through 1990