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Overall H: 4.2 cm, W: 7.6 cm, L: 8.5 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass with dichroic coating; matte silver-gray metal; each prism formed of two parts vacuum-coated with thirteen layers dichroic materials then laminated together (Loctite Glassbonder 350), ground and polished; anodised and fabricated metal framework held together with screws. Rectangular bracelet consisting of framework (double rows of tubes) that can shift on four corner "post" pins; each of the four sides holds a four-sided dichroic prism locked into the framework within an off-center frame formed by two pins placed at right angles to frame, near a corner post; corner pins fabricated in four sections to allow movement of framework from rectangular shape to parallelagram; one corner post held together by a screw that when removed allows length of bracelet to unfold; inscribed on center interior of corner post with removable pin: "M/M 86".
Zwinkels, Marijke C., Source
Schmuck Europa
Art Fair
Title Unknown (Galerie Neon)
Galerie Neon 1988 through 1988
Title Unknown (Stipendia, Amsterdam)
Stipendia, Amsterdam 1987 through 1987
Stilstaan bij beweging
Schoonhoven 1987 through 1987
The Hague, Gallerie Rob van den Doel, 1986
Galerie Rob van den Doel 1986 through 1986
Fragile Enhancements (1993) p. 42;