THEODOR FAHRNER Art Deco Style Sterling & Tourmaline Link Bracelet
A wonderful and unusual signed Theodor Fahrner tourmaline Art Deco style bracelet from the 1960s! Made of gilded sterling silver, this fabulous vintage piece is comprised of 4 large links which are decorated with luscious tourmalines and ornate wirework. The links are hexagonal in shape and have a concave face, each connecting to each other with 3 smaller links. Set in the center of each of the larger links is an emerald cut tourmaline stone and marcasite stones can be found in each of the 4 corners. A fabulous swirled and textured wirework design is found on the surface of each link, adding richness and depth to the piece. The colors of the marcasites, tourmalines and gilded sterling look absolutely beautiful when worn. The clasp is incorporated into the clasp and there is a safety for added security. The underside of the clasp is stamped with the Theodor Fahrner "TF" hallmark along with "FAHRNER". This bracelet makes a true statement when worn and would make a lovely addition to any Fahrner collection!
Measurement: The bracelet measures 7.25" in length and the top surface of the bracelet measures 1" at the widest point.
Condition: The overall condition of this bracelet is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gilded sterling and all of the stones are intact. The clasp is snug, secure and in good working condition.