GEORG JENSEN Sterling & Cabochon Moonstone Bracelet
Renowned Danish silversmith Georg Jensen was born in 1866. His training in metalsmithing and his education in the Fine Arts enabled him to develop a successful career based in beautiful jewelry and silver design. His signature Art Nouveau style grew increasingly popular and Jensen became a world renowned artist. Although Jensen died in 1935, his pieces are still being created today using the same craftsmanship as when he was alive.
This sterling silver bracelet is a great example of Georg Jensen's craft. From approximately circa 1933-1944, it is comprised of 8 sterling silver links, each with rich detail and portraying an Art Nouveau style floral motif. A single clear blue cabochon moonstone is set in the center of each link which adds to the beauty of this piece. Each link is connected by 2 oval shaped rings. On the back of the clasp are several markings: the signature "GJ" hallmark which was used during the 1933-44 time, "STERLING", "DENMARK", "925" and the number "3". This fabulous piece would make a great addition to any Jensen collection!
Measurements: The bracelet measure approximately 7 3/4 " long and a little more than 5/8" wide.
Condition: The overall condition of the bracelet is excellent. There is no apparent damage to the moonstones and besides normal surface wear, there is no significant damage to the silver. The clasp is secure and in good working condition.