Vintage gold bracelet, Georges Lenfant / SOLD

€12,500
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The Sixties gold bracelet is part of France’s jewelry heritage. This one is by Georges Lenfant, a specialist in the chain produced for all the leading jewelers in those years. This famous workshop explored thousands of versions based on the link, and had a collection of over 3,000 pieces.

 

This bracelet is formed by repeated oval links highlighting the “glittery” aspect of gold. It is made with a Milanese fabric that is not worked flat but twisted and rolled up: truly virtuosic work.

Punch of Georges Lenfant

 

Weight: gold 87,5 gr

Width: 1,5 cm

Lenght: 20 cm

 

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