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Founded in Oslo, Norway in 1876, the firm of David Andersen has evolved from a silver and gold jewelry and hollowware workshop into a company known for beautifully made enamel objects and jewelry. The company continues today as a fourth-generation family run corporation and is one of the leading jewelers of Scandinavia.

Vermeil (gold over sterling silver) square and rectangular plaques alternate to create an elegantly designed linked bracelet. Each link displays an engraved engine turned sunburst design blanketed with translucent white enamel. In addition, the square plaques are embellished with a stylized flower head motif of royal blue guilloché enameling. Each link has a slight convex curve which enables the bracelet to ride comfortably around the wrist. A hidden tongue and groove clasp finishes the piece.

Item 13111

Signed David-Andersen Guilloché Enamel Bracelet

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Measurements: 7-1/2 inches (18.8 cm) in length when worn by more than ½ of an inch (1.3 cm) in width. Weight of 23 grams (14.8 dwt).

Hallmarks: “DA”; “925S”; Norway; Sterling; maker's mark of a scale.

Condition: Excellent.

Date & Origin: Mid 20th century and is Norwegian in origin.

Story

Founded in Oslo, Norway in 1876, the firm of David Andersen has evolved from a silver and gold jewelry and hollowware workshop into a company known for beautifully made enamel objects and jewelry. The company continues today as a fourth-generation family run corporation and is one of the leading jewelers of Scandinavia.

Vermeil (gold over sterling silver) square and rectangular plaques alternate to create an elegantly designed linked bracelet. Each link displays an engraved engine turned sunburst design blanketed with translucent white enamel. In addition, the square plaques are embellished with a stylized flower head motif of royal blue guilloché enameling. Each link has a slight convex curve which enables the bracelet to ride comfortably around the wrist. A hidden tongue and groove clasp finishes the piece.

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