About CHP Jewelry Collection - Gijs Bakker ProjectsGijs Bakker wanted to show the international design world that a piece of jewellery is more than a decorative fashion accessory. For ‘chp…?’, originality of the concept is central to the design and is supported by a fitting choice of material and technology. By showing that jewellery design evolves just like any other design discipline, ‘chp…?’ fills an existing void by making designer jewelry more widely accessible. ‘chp…?’ invited internationally acclaimed designers to create special pieces for the collection. All first prototypes ever made of designs for ‘chp…?’ are in the collection of the Design Museum Den Bosch. After 23 years ‘chp…?’ will cease to exist and with this auction the public will have a chance to obtain a piece from a remarkable collection.
Netherlands - 1990-1999 - .925 silver
|Designer/ Artist:||Rolf Sachs|
|Manufacturer/ Brand:||CHP Jewelry Collection - Gijs Bakker Projects|
|Country of Origin:||Netherlands|
|Condition:||As new - unused|
A simple strip of silver, complete with hallmark. It is delivered in a felt case and presents a dilemma: are you brave enough to bend the precious beauty of the material into a bracelet?
Artist Rolf Sachs (born 1955) is recognised for his distinctive, conceptual approach, which he applies across a multitude of mediums, ranging from sculpture, object, light, installation, through to architectural projects and set design for opera and ballet. Sachs creates work that draws upon the subconscious and aims to gain access to the collective memory. The common thread that runs through his multi-disciplinary work is his passion for experimentation and invention, which drives him to challenge the applications of materials, processes and everyday objects. By removing them from their normal context, he redefines their substance and their function, injecting them with character and creating powerful, emotional connections. His work has been showcased internationally in art galleries and museums, including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Museum for Applied Art, Köln.
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Excellent item and quality, fast shipping and good communication!
beautiful object. Thanks
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