A master of abstraction, Antonio Pineda has the uncanny ability to bestow a sense of flawless, uninterrupted movement to his jewelry. The modernist cuff bracelet presented here is one of the best illustrations I could ever find to support that view. Wrought in the maestro’s favorite .970 alloy, it combines oxidized yet highly reflective surfaces with warmly glowing silver rope in a design that alludes to the slick flexibility of long lily leaves. Absolutely stunning when you have it on, the cuff wraps itself around the lower arm in a beguilingly intimate way…
Size/Weight: 6 3/4″ inner circumference (including the 1 1/4″ gap); width between 1″ and 1/4″; 3 3/4″ top to bottom when you have the cuff on; 100.1 grams
Hallmarks / Date: fully and appropriately marked with Antonio’s crown, “970”, des. no “ZZ 668”, Eagle 58 assay mark and the Los Castillo Cooperativa hallmark as well; early 1960s
Condition: excellent vintage with stunning presence, its oxidation in very good shape, no damage or repairs noted and having the superb quality that all Antonio jewelry is known and collected for
SOLD – Thank you!