Grossé - vintage mesh bracelet Germany

Description
Grossé - vintage mesh bracelet Germany
Size: 19 cm - Total weight: 43 g

Stylish vintage Grossé mesh bracelet. Early Grossé jewelry are rare to find! A great addition for any vintage jewelry collector.

The bracelet is attractive, and very stylish, mesh bracelet with motif and safety clasp. This classic piece of jewelry is easy to combine with every outfit.

For it´s age in very good vintage condition!

Gorgeous and timeless jewelry. note the pouch is Not included.

The bracelet measures approx lenght 19 approx.

Stamped Grosse Germany

That one of the foremost French designers sought out one of the most respected German jewelry manufacturers in the postwar years was more a departure and new initiative for Christian Dior with his 'New Look' in 1947 than for Henkel & Grossé, which had previously produced jewelry for Lanvin and Elsa Schiaparelli, maintained a Paris sales office and received a medal of honor for innovative jewelry design at the 1937 Universal Exposition in Paris.

In 1907 the brothers-in-law Heinrich Henkel and Florentin Grosse established a factory in Pforzheim, the thriving so-called 'Gold City' near the Black Forest, specializing in woven hair jewelry and watch chains, which brought them recognition up until the First World War. 1967

That one of the foremost French designers sought out one of the most respected German jewelry manufacturers in the postwar years was more a departure and new initiative for Christian Dior with his 'New Look' in 1947 than for Henkel & Grossé, which had previously produced jewelry for Lanvin and Elsa Schiaparelli, maintained a Paris sales office and received a medal of honor for innovative jewelry design at the 1937 Universal Exposition in Paris.

Lot details
Type
vintage mesh bracelet Germany
Gender
Women
Material
Grossé
Size
19 cm
Total Weight
43 g
Condition
Very good condition - slightly used with small signs of wear
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