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Midcentury Brooch In Silver & Rhinestones, Theodor Fahrner, 1960s


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Midcentury Brooch In Silver & Rhinestones, Theodor Fahrner, 1960s
Midcentury Brooch In Silver & Rhinestones, Theodor Fahrner, 1960s
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Fahrner jewellery from Pforzheim was also a household name during the period of reconstruction after 1945. In the 1960s, silver, which is easy to work, was the most popular material. Interesting and unusual structures and daring volumes were in demand. The brooch presented here is a fine example of this. It appears as a light band divided into two lines. Not as in previous decades, marcasites sparkle, it is high-light refractive rhinestones that occupy the waves and almost look like diamonds. Since the early years of the company, traveling salesmen with large sample cases had presented the new products developed in Pforzheim to local jewelers every year. One such sample case had lain untouched in an attic for the last 40 years or more until it was offered to us. It contained samples of almost all series from about 1919 until the dissolution of the company in 1979, mostly marked with a model number or the "Original Fahrner" seal. The 1960s gem we have here comes from this sample case and is therefore unworn and perfectly preserved. Fahrner jewellery is readily collected. Discover all the other pieces of Fahrner jewelry we offer at this site. A wonderful overview is provided by the catalog "Theodor Fahrner. Jewellery between avant-garde and tradition", edited by Brigitte Leonhardt and Dieter Zühlsdorff, Stuttgart 2005.
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Midcentury Brooch In Silver & Rhinestones, Theodor Fahrner, 1960s
Glitter & Glamour
€ 219.00 *
Content 1 piece
Incl. VAT, Shipping
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