Danish silversmiths Erikson & Kromann were based in Copenhagen between 1946-1947. Their Modernist Scandinavian style included unique works in silver, often incorporating whimsical shapes and designs into their jewelry.
This vintage silver bracelet (likely from the 1940s) is a wonderful example of Erikson & Kromann's unique Modernist style! The piece has an eye-catching design comprised of interlocking links that form a straight but flexible bracelet. Two rows of cups line the edges of the piece, framed by a single row of smooth oval links in the center. The interior of each cup is oxidized and punctuated by a small silver ball accent in the center. The two ends meet at a folding silver clasp, which is stamped "E&K," "830 S" and "12". When worn, the bracelet drapes beautifully around the wrist and has a striking appearance that merges perfectly into modern day fashion. It would make a fabulous everyday accessory for the modern woman's collection!
Measurements: The bracelet measures approximately 7 1/4" long and would fit nicely on an average sized wrist. The bracelet is approximately 1" wide and 1/4" thick.
Condition: The overall condition of the bracelet is excellent. All of the links are intact and securely hinged, and the clasp is secure and in good working condition. There is a natural patina present on the surface of the silver, which is normal for a vintage piece and adds depth to the design.