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French Deco Azure Bracelet

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Price: $100.00 $35.00
Member Price: $90.00 $31.50

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Description

French Art Deco designs often featured geometricized flowers and foliage, such as the pattern we have adapted for our stylish bracelet. The original drawing in the Museums collection, created about 191029 by an unidentified French designer, shows a horizontal panel with overlapping leaf-shaped forms. It is one of a group of 158 textile designs, which include both brightly colored patterns and single motifs in the late Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles; some of these designs also have instructions for execution, written in French.

Palladium overlay, hand enameled, with complimentary stripes inside. Box-and-tongue closure. 7/8''W; inner circumference: 7''.

  • Palladium overlay, hand enameled, with complimentary stripes inside
  • Box-and-tongue closure
  • 7/8''W; inner circumference: 7''

Art History

The Exposition Internationale des Arts Dcoratifs et Industriels Modernes held in Paris in 1925the state-sponsored fair that gives Art Deco its namemarked the peak of the Art Deco style. The elegance of its aesthetic derives from simplified forms, stylized decoration, and bold color.

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Description

French Art Deco designs often featured geometricized flowers and foliage, such as the pattern we have adapted for our stylish bracelet. The original drawing in the Museums collection, created about 191029 by an unidentified French designer, shows a horizontal panel with overlapping leaf-shaped forms. It is one of a group of 158 textile designs, which include both brightly colored patterns and single motifs in the late Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles; some of these designs also have instructions for execution, written in French.

Palladium overlay, hand enameled, with complimentary stripes inside. Box-and-tongue closure. 7/8''W; inner circumference: 7''.





  • Palladium overlay, hand enameled, with complimentary stripes inside
  • Box-and-tongue closure
  • 7/8''W; inner circumference: 7''




Art History

The Exposition Internationale des Arts Dcoratifs et Industriels Modernes held in Paris in 1925the state-sponsored fair that gives Art Deco its namemarked the peak of the Art Deco style. The elegance of its aesthetic derives from simplified forms, stylized decoration, and bold color.


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