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Brutalist Sculptural Link Bracelet, Tiffany and Co. 1950s - 1950s, Black tie, Bracelets, Cocktail/Festive, Color, Day/Luncheon, Event, Neutral, Power dressing/Conferences, Tiffany and Co., Time period, Yellow gold - Rental Borrow.
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Brutalist Sculptural Link Bracelet, Tiffany and Co. 1950s

$130.00 per day

Brutalist sculptural link bracelet, 18k yellow gold, signed Tiffany and Co. 1950s. Inside circumference 7″ width 2″

$130.00 per day

Brutalism The term Brutalism comes from the use of 'beton brut’ French for 'raw concrete,' by modern architect and painter Le Corbusier, and refers to the architectural style of the 1950s and 1960s characterised by block-like forms. Once Brutalism gained mainstream popularity in the 1960s, houses including Tiffany and Co., Van Cleef and Arpels and Boucheron produced pieces clearly influenced by the movement. We characterize brutalist jewelry as featuring abstraction and asymmetry in design, although some pieces may features sharp angles and straight lines while others may be more amorphous shapes.

Tiffany and Co. Founded in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany, the house has become one of the most famous jewelers in the world, with its iconic blue box. In 1878 the company acquired the 287.42 diamond now known as the Tiffany Diamond from South Africa. This stone was worn by Audrey Hepburn in a necklace in the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1961. Tiffany & Co named Kunzite in 1902, Morganite in 1910, Tanzanite in the 1960s and Tsavorite in 1974. The house has collaborated with designers including Jean Schlumberger and Donald Claflin ( since 1955), Paloma Picasso ( since 1980) and Elsa Perreti( since 1974) and has been worn by royalty throughout the world.

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This bracelet makes a look all on its own. You can put this with a monochromatic outfit (i.e. All white, all red, all beige) and it will make you look like a work of art as well.

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